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Eureka High filtration Commercial vacuum fan

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I have a Eureka vacuum cleaner the one with a soft bag in teh back. the fan broke, and I was wondering how to replace it.
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One of 2 ways, remove the plate on the bottom, the is a clear cover covering the fan. Just unbolt the belt pulley and remove the fan. If there is no cover covering the fan, then you will have to remove the top, take out the 4 screw holding the motor and turn motor over, then you can remove the fan.

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