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Belt to order for vaccuum cleaner nozzle

Electrolux power nozzle model 1693. came as part of electrolux epic 6000 sr canister vaccuum cleaner (1992). what belt fits all I have found are PN1-PN6

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Re: belt to order for vaccuum cleaner nozzle

Call your local Aerus location or if not able to locate them call Liz at (570)326-1731 and I will be happy to assist you.

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Re: belt to order for vaccuum cleaner nozzle

Go to site: www dot totalvac dot com. look for electrolux belts. other than this site I don't know. maybe writing the site owner you can find out.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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