Question about Hoover Vacuums
Lay the unplugged vacuum upside down and remove the bottom plate covering the brushroll to remove the brushroll and belt. Make sure brushroll bristles aren't worn, replace it also if needed. Make sure brushroll will spin freely. Put new belt around motor shaft then around brushroll. Pull on brushroll with both hands to get enough leverage to stretch the belt far enough to drop the brushroll in place. Put bottom plate back on and insure brushroll will turn by hand before you turn it back on..
Posted on Mar 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
undo screws on bottom of vac take out brush and belt put belt in then manewver brush in
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
get a fillipshead screwdriver, put the vacuum facing you so the brush is infront of you, you will see 4 screws on each corner.unscrew those and when you do there will be a space where you will see a shaft that points out. take the old belt off and put one part of the new belt on the shaft and the other part on the brush near the belt. (there will be a little brown part on the brush for the belt to lay on) make sure its secure and screw the screws back and your ready to go !
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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