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Which direction should the brush roller rotate?

I have had my bosch buc11700 upright vacuum cleaner repaired. They changed the belt and motor but it dosen't pick up now. could they have reversed the wiring on the motor and made it rotate in the wrong direction?

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Take back to repair shop that is most likely the case thank you for useing fixya please rate me

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    albert getty Feb 25, 2009

    yes wireing if hooked up backwards will make moter go backwards

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    albert getty Feb 26, 2009

    the brush should go so it pulls forwards

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