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Hoover Bagless Windtunnel (tank tyle) selfpropeled head throws belt; 2nd one doing exactly as the first vacumm.very hard to put it back on .can't even get one room done

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Is this a new belt? If not, get a new one. Check the brush roll, make sure the ends are turning freely, if not, replace it. If you are catching things like a throw rug and towell or some other thing, this will cause the belt to get knocked off of the motor shaft.

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