Question about Vacuums
Posted by Anonymous on
If you are talking about the brush that picks up debris off of your carpet, one way is to see how soft the bristles have become. I work on Oreck vacuums a lot and as they age they will get very soft and they will also get shorter as they are used. Most of the vacuums that I work on will present the problems of getting shorter and that is when you would replace them. One way that you could check is to take a flat ruler or some other piece of hard, flat material and lay it across the brush opening and turn the brush by hand and see if any of the bristles stick up beyond your ruler. If they do not, then you need to replace the brush. Hope this helps!
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