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The brushes will not turn on my up right hoover stean vac

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Take out the brush block, check to see if the shaft is on it or broken off, if broken off, replace the brush block. If it is ok, then turn it on and see if the square hole is turning, if not then the turbine is bad. The turbine is what drives the brushes. If the little screen filter is clogged, and if the foam filter on inside of the recovery tank lid is all of the way up, pull it down leaving at least a 1/4 in. gap from the top. These 2 filters can cause odd problems.

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