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E brush assembly on ocean blue vac needs to be cleaned. How do I get it open to free the passageway?

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SOURCE: Cleaning brush assembly on steamvac

Yes this does come apart. The clear plastic pieces clip into the black plastic piece, flat tip screw driver inserted into the gap can release the clips and allow for cleaning.

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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Brush Disassembly Hoover STEAM VAC Owners Manual F9514-900 (F9514900) does not
explain how to take the brush assembly apart. The instructions are as
follows:

Figure 1 shows the key

features. There are two
6d533fa.jpg
clear plastic outer pieces

which are held onto the

white inner piece with 3

tabs each. The clear

plastic tabs go underneath

the corresponding white

extended tabs on the white

plastic inner piece.

Figure 2 shows where the

screwdriver is inserted

(flat blade) and gently

pushed down while pulling

the clear plastic outer
2b9a66e.jpg
piece away from the inner

white piece.

Figure 3 shows assembled

unit. Note extended brush

axle goes in center, which

fits into the female drive

unit on the shampooer.
279c3ad.jpg
I used the hose nozzle out

on the lawn to direct high

velocity water stream

trying to get the hair out

of the brushes. Hair and

fuzz remarkably entrained

in brushes, but I got 90% of it out.

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Hoover Steam Vac with Clean Surge model #F50905-900

All you need for your item is the belt.dissassemble the unit and you will se the track where the belt was, or even the old ne snapped an trapped somewhere inside. brush assembly purchase will not solve this.

update me about your progress.

Good luck

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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SOURCE: hoover steam vac, brushes won't

There are three things to check when experiencing 'no spin' on the cleaning brushes. 1) Check the small pull out filter screen under the machine. It must stay clean for air to pass to the turbine which powers the brushes. 2) Check that the long shaft on the brush assembly is not broken off. This shaft inserts into the turbine motor and powers the brushes. If you're handy you can replace just the long shaft brush rather than replacing the whole brush assembly. Look for the brush on Ebay 3) If you're handy you can dissemble the machine and inspect the turbine motor which powers the brushes. In all cases the bearings seize in the turbine. You can often free them up and re-lube them to get more service from them or simply replace the turbine assembly. Don't throw your Steam Vac out because the brushes no longer turn...you can fix it!

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Cleaning the brushes on your unit is crucial in maintaining your Hoover performing at it's best and it is very easy to do. First, make sure your unit is off and unplugged, and make sure to remove the clean and dirty water tanks to avoid any possible leaking.

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All you need for your item is the belt.dissassemble the unit and you will se the track where the belt was, or even the old ne snapped an trapped somewhere inside. brush assembly purchase will not solve this.

update me about your progress.

Good luck

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Brush Disassembly Hoover STEAM VAC Owners Manual F9514-900 (F9514900) does not
explain how to take the brush assembly apart. The instructions are as
follows:

Figure 1 shows the key

features. There are two
6d533fa.jpg
clear plastic outer pieces

which are held onto the

white inner piece with 3

tabs each. The clear

plastic tabs go underneath

the corresponding white

extended tabs on the white

plastic inner piece.

Figure 2 shows where the

screwdriver is inserted

(flat blade) and gently

pushed down while pulling

the clear plastic outer
2b9a66e.jpg
piece away from the inner

white piece.

Figure 3 shows assembled

unit. Note extended brush

axle goes in center, which

fits into the female drive

unit on the shampooer.
279c3ad.jpg
I used the hose nozzle out

on the lawn to direct high

velocity water stream

trying to get the hair out

of the brushes. Hair and

fuzz remarkably entrained

in brushes, but I got 90% of it out.

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The problem: The brushes are driven by a turbine wheel operated with suction from the vacuum. In my unit the turbine and bearings became loose or slipped to the point that the worm gear lost contact with the additional gears that drive the brush. When resetting the assembly so that ample contact is established the unit began to operate fine.

This can be complicated to explain and illustrate therefore taking the unit in for repair is recommended. If you are confident in repairing the unit yourself then go for it.

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Yes this does come apart. The clear plastic pieces clip into the black plastic piece, flat tip screw driver inserted into the gap can release the clips and allow for cleaning.

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