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LG Cyclone Vacuum Cleaner Model No VKC902H

I have had the above vacuum for 6 months, it came with a power head tool and the tool has stopped working properly. It been cleaned and still does not rotate, as its the only head I cannot use the hoover. How Do I get a new one?

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Dianne Cole

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Re: LG Cyclone Vacuum Cleaner Model No VKC902H

There is a small belt inside the head ,remove screws and disasemble carefully. and replace /refit belt

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