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Can't find the part number for a drive belt for the Panasonic MC-V7395 Vacuum Cleaner. Can someone help.

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Panasonic belt # MC-V2708 is the correct belt for model MC-V7395.

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  • turtlesue Oct 03, 2009

    Oops. Sorry. The correct psrt number is MC-V270B not MC-V2708 as I previously posted.

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