Question about Hoover Vacuums
What should be used to lubricate the bearings on a beater bar? Will oil get gummed up from all the dust? Could graphite work?
Normally the bearings in brush-bars are sealed bearings with a dust cap on both sides graphite would be best,, but the best bet is get two new ones off EBay there very cheep to buy,,,
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I thought this was a free forum. I do not intend to hire a bunch of experts to find out if a bearing can be found for my vacuum cleaner when the entire brush assembly in $39.99.
This is a very tricky way to get unsuspecting people sucked into paying for something they thought was free.
Bad business, sorry.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Does the power head motor stop, or does the brush roll stop. If it is the brush roll stopping, replace the belt and/or the brush roll. If it is the motor, you may need to clean out around the motor, it may not be getting enough air to cool causing it to overheat and stopping. That the brush roll plate off, take out the screw, and the top will come off, then you can check to see if cleaning is the answer, if not, the motor may be bad.
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
SOURCE: beater bar has stopped turning
All beater and rotating brush bars are fairly easy to get to with a couple of screw on the bottom of your wan. They are driven by a belt and these belts come off, break, or the bar itself is stuck with rug material. Unplug your vacumn and get our screwdriver. It;s easy to figure out once inside the wan.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: Beater Bar Quit Working
Its highly unlikely you'll get a free answer on this web-site, so it's either fork over the money to these jokers or get an answer for free on another forum.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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