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Panasonic MC-V7395 Belt overheating/snapping

I just changed the belt on this vacuum because it had snapped. After replacing the belt and turning on the machine, it overheated and melted the new belt within 15 seconds. What is causing this and is there any way to repair it? This vacuum is 10 years old, but was still working great!

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  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    keep changing the belt, keeps breaking.. over and over..

    love this vacuum when it works.

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I have the same problem. I keep thinking I have fixed it, but then another belt breaks. I only have the issue when the roller is disengaged. (on bare floor setting). I did find that the unit was slipping back into engaged slowly, because the disengage mechanizim was not kathing prperly,. Tightened up a screw, and now appears to hold, but somehow the belt still get broken - I beleave it is an issue that the belt is not staying away from the drive when it is disengaged.

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With a belt on, make sure that the motor spindle is sitting straight and not being pulled down towars the brush roll. If it is then hte motor cover will have to be replaced, which may not be available anymore. Another is make sure that the brush roll spins freely and not froze up. Also make sure that where the brush roll sits in the slots, that it hasn't over heated there and damaged the noozle.

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