Question about Dirt Devil Featherlite Bagless Vacuum M085845Vacuum
This can be caused by a loose or worn belt that is continually slipping on the brush. It simply needs replaced with the correct belt.
It can also be caused by the belt being caught on something by the shaft. In this case, the power head needs to be taken apart to check for improper placement of belt.
The vacuum motor could also be overheating, which would more than likely be caused by a plugged hose. Disconnect hose from power head and vacuum, then try to roll a marble or small ball through it. Also, check the vacuum's hose port for a plug. Another area to check is the tube in the power head. Clear if needed before continueing operation.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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Remove the brush and clean all the string or whatever may be trapped at the end edges of the brush. This is usually the case with Bissel vacs, that string or fiber gets trapped at the ends of the brush assembly.
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