Hi, I have old singer simaco 95-1 machine. And I just find out that it's timing belt is brocken. And i ask near by singer repair store if they have it. But he says that on;t have that parts any more. Do you have any solution for this. My email id is firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks.
I can't seem to get this thing posted. I have the same problem and have started contacting leather craftsmen to see if someone can fabricate the belt. We can't find the join and wonder if each end was shaved down and then overlayed and glued somehow to keep it all the same thickness. Let me know if you come up with anything.
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Try writing to Singer and asking for a manual for your model....or Google the Singer model and include 'manual'. I can direct you to Smith Corona; www.willrepairservice.com. for any part, manual or repair for an electric typewriter.
The belt is a round leather belt and is joined by a wire staple. It passes over the pulley on the hand wheel, down through the slot in the table and a slotted plate goes into the table slot with the belt in the plate slot. The belt is than placed against the big pulley, turn the pulley and a lip on the pulley will pick up the belt and feed it into the groove of the pulley - that's it! (If the belt is too long, cut it to the correct length, pierce a new hole in it and feed the staple into the hole).
The DC07 came out in a few different variations so the colour only indicates that yours has a hepa filter. The first problem can be caused by a few different things
1. the brush roller bearings are worn or siexed.
2. The clutch to motor belt is brocken or off the drive shaft (this model has 2 belts but only one is visible without pulling the head apart.
3. The machine is set to hard floors (check the dial on the front)
4. The clutch is faulty.
I have made a video called How do I check the clutch or brush roller of my Dyson DC07?. (video) Folllow the link to my website and choose that video, it will show you how to fix all these problems. The same video will show you how to replace the internal tube as well. If you need to purchase any parts for your dyson check out nelson vacuums or vacuumspot. Finally if this is a helpful answer please rate it or better still leave a testimonial.
Hi there VacuumGuru for www.vacuumspot.com.au and your problem is simple. You have a brocken vacuum belt. Tip the vacuum upside down you should be able to see the screws to take off the base and replace the belt.
Hope this helps.
Hi there, SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. What you are describing is a pretty common problem, it is normally caused by a blockage or a brocken belt, or if you are really unluck ..both. Take the base plate of the bottom of the vacuum (part that kind of covers the brush) and check your belt and air path. 9 times out of 10 this is where your problem will be. Clean the pathways and away you go.
Happy Vacuuming :)
ps. If you are in Australia and need spares or parts for any Bissell machine simply visit our website. We'll be able to get you anything you need.