Question about Vacuums
Be sure that the brush roller is dusengaged.
To do this you:
* Lift up the headlight lamp
*Turn the handle until the red arrows line up
Posted on Jul 11, 2015
Ha.. Im so stupid! The vacuum was in drive causing the wheels to turn when moving backwards thus leaving scuff marks
(from the rubber wheels) on the hardwood. Place the Vacuum in Neutral and turn the belt off and Voila, No more scuff marks! Thanks for all the suggestions!!! You all are GREAT!!!
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Well if it is the bristles leaving the marks then try raising them up a click, if it is the wheels, because of a loss of rubber covering, get some new ones, maybe they are covered under warranty. call kirby and find out
this website will help fix the marks on the floor
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
Do the rear drive wheels have the rubber on them or are they worn off and it is just plastic now.
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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