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Hello . The beater bar is not spinning on my Hoover bagless upright rewind. Can I fix this?

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Very simple to repair its a broken belt read owners manual or somtimes they print instructions on the head of vaccum belts are sold at walmart you must know make and model or get number of old belt. before buying one check the back where the attachments are some cleaners have spare belts

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

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