Question about Westinghouse WST1550 Wired Deluxe Upright Vacuum
Yes, the belt is probably too loose or broken...
replace the belt first before trying anything else..
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belt not moving
There are actually two belts on the Dyson DC07. The one belt that you can physically see, and a second belt that connects the clutch assembly to the motor shaft. If you're able to spin the one belt that's attached to the brushes, but the vacuum is not spinning the brush, this can really only be one of two problems. Either the rear belt that connects the clutch to the motor shaft has fallen off, which would prevent it from spinning, or the clutch assembly itself maybe bad. Usually when the clutch goes bad however it will make a terrible grinding noise first.
Here's a video on how you can access your clutch, and inspect the rear belt. Either way you'll need to take it apart to diagnosis it.
Hope this helps you:
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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