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Does the rotating powerbrush come off so we can clean it?

There is hair wrapped around the rotating brush and we would like to see if it comes out so we can clear it all away plus we want to clean in the area around the brush

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Yes they do. You have to remove 2 screws on each side where the brushes mount. You can easily remove both brushes. No need to pay attention to which brush is which. Either one will go back correctly.

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