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How to take the brush out?

A string is stuck inside the left side of the brush of my Kenmore Progressive Bagless. How do I take the brush out to remove the string?
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  • KenMoreHelp Dec 05, 2008

    You are right. It wasn't easy to take the bottom out. Unscrewing the screws was only the easier step. Dealing with how the cover was jammed in place was the harder part. It is ok now. Thanks for your help.

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This is actually incredibily difficult on this vacuum because of the no belt, dual motor setup. Try cutting the string from the outside without opening the vacuum.

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There should be screws on the bottom plate covering the brush roll, take those out and it should come off and then you can access the brush roll.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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