Question about Vacuums
This is usually a sign that your vacuum belt has split or broken. Remove any screws to the part that houses your belt and check to see if it's still on the beater bar or not. If it isn't...look further to locate where it is. It may have only slipped off, or it may be broken.
Take the manufacturer's model number of your vacuum, bring it to the store and locate a new belt. You can usually find a generic replacement in most hardware stores if you can't get the brand name. Or you can go to the manufacturer's website and order the brand name one there. They usually only cost about $5. each.
Good Luck...and happy cleaning !!
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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