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Have the empower upright cleaner. belt broke. can not find part #36528-040belt. can find a lot of hoover belts but not this #.Is there another hoover belt that will work on this vac?

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No. if the wrong belt you will have problems. This is a common belt for Hoover, it used to be 36528027, but the number changed to the 36528040, also 40201190 is the newest number for this belt. Most repair vacuum repair shops should have this belt. You order it online at http://vacuumsuperstore.com/hoover_belts.html

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