Question about Hoover Vacuums
The Elite upright may need to have its drive belt checked. Check that the machine roller is still working. Then turn the vacuum off and locate the screws on the floor head by turning the machine over. If you remove a couple of screws the floor head will come off and you can check the belt. Usually old threads and hair can stop the roller bar from moving properly or may have got to the belt. Ensure that it moves freely simply by turning the roller with your hand. If it doesn't then its possible that the roller needs to be cleaned or the belt needs to be replaced. Drive belts are easy to get for most Hoover products; a smoke smell like burning rubber usually indicates the drive belt is about to give up or has simply snapped. Dont forget to rate if this solution has worked for you. Ty.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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