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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The belt may be broken. Consult the user manual or locate on the sole plate or front hood when getting to the sole plate. Usually it involves a few cross head screws on the base of the vacuum cleaner where the roller beater bar is. Remove that and check the belt. If its broken, carefully replace it with a new one and see if that works once everything else has been put back.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
To change the beater bar you would need to open up from the bottom.To get the parts you would need to produce the model and serial numbers to your local hoover dealeror cheak on the internet for your closet dealer and order the part.There not to bad to change hope i helped:)
Posted on May 18, 2009
These are prone to overheating. The manufacturer put a foam 'filter' wrap around the electric motor. This filter wrap insulates the motor, trapping heat inside, which causes overheating. The motor is very similar in form and function to the one in the Hoover Windtunnel, but the Windtunnel has no filter wrap. It doesn't overheat, and functions fine without it. There is a filter on the intake anyway. It's a redundant filter, and I have removed mine. It works fine now.
If you take the filter out yourself, you will need a special screwdriver for one of the motor cover screws. I guess they don't want the consumers opening it up.
I suggest taking it to a vacuum repair shop and explaining to them the problem, and asking them to remove the filter wrap from the motor.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
VacuumRepair, can you describe what you think the nature of the problem might be without going to all the trouble immediately of photographing the repair? My Eureka 4870 has similar symptoms to those described. The brush stops very easily even at the highest height adjustment when it comes into contact with the carpet. I replaced the belt hoping that would help, but it doesn't seem to have done so. The brush control lever does seem to work correctly, and the motor seems to work well: lots of suction, and the motor shaft seems to rotate at high velocity. I still wonder if the belt's slipping too easily, and if the idler pulley isn't pressing firmly enough on the belt. Honestly, my wife's so frustrated with the brush stopping on this vacuum (and has never been happy with its edge cleaning) that we're looking to buy a new one.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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