Question about Kirby Ultimate G Bagged Upright Vacuum
We have a Kirby G7 upright vacuum and it seems there is a black belt in the middle of the roller. Not sure where this rubber black belt goes or if it's part of the problem.
The belt is supposed to be there, it drives the brush. If you cannot turn the brush easily by hand the you want to remove the bottom cover and take the brush out and clean around the bearings at each end of the brush using a dental type pick make sure you get all the hair and carpet materials out of the bearings. Then clean the area where the bearings sit in the housing. Then you have to feed the belt,(if it's not broken) back onto the motor. Yes it twists from a lateral position to a verticle position. Thanks, Dana
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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