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Model 8852,eureka pet power paw ,type dvz, volt 120,amp 12,hz 60 need part number for roller.

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There should be a place easily for the wheel assy to fit back in and then if you look you should see 2 small holes in the bottom of the vacuum that it will slip into. If your looking at the vacuum straight they should be on the left side on the bottom.

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You can download the owners manual from below site. About midway down the page, click on "Owner's Guide" tab. Right click on "Owner's Guide" and left click "Save Target As". Save to a file dedicated to your Vacuum.

http://www.eureka.com/CapturePlus-Pet-Lover-8852DVZ-upright-vacuum

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Well, for this unit you will need any of the following bags,

Eureka genuine Part# 90610
Eureka replacement (Central vac bag)
another genuine bag style called CV-1, and/or CV-2
Kenmore Central vac bags

Most of the bags there are available at your local vacuum shop, and sometimes even Sears. The Kenmore central vac bag is, can and will fit your Eureka Mega Boss. Prices range on these bags anywhere from $12-$20 for packages of 3. Generally you will replace a bag once every 3-4 months.

Good luck,
Mark

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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Have you checked the belt, if this is not it get back to me. thanks, take care.

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