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Belt on a riccar


It depends on the model, most models require simply removing the bottom plate and replacing the belt in place of the old belt.

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I need to replace the belt. Have the belt and the vacuum bottom off. What do I attach the belt too?


This unit has 2 belts. The V-belt on the brush usually doesn't cause problems. The larger flat belt requires regular replacement ( belt # 38528-035 ). The belt is first placed around the motor shaft toward the rear of the machine, and then around the large pulley. You must have strong fingers to stretch the belt over the drive pulley. Start the belt at the top of the pulley, and try to "roll " it around the pulley a little at a time, holding the belt firmly around the pulley as you go.

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Belt replacement


Your model requires (2) different belts. Here is a link to the belts you need and to the manual:

U6434-900 Brush Roll Belt

U6434-900 Self-Propel Belt

U6434-900 Manual

Nov 25, 2009 | Hoover U6434-900 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Belt broke how do i fix it


To my knowledge model F7220900 SteamVac doesn't require a belt. Are you sure that is your model? If you have a different Hoover model you can get a replacement belt here:

http://www.vacbelts.com/

Oct 20, 2009 | Hoover F7220900 SteamVac V2 Upright Vacuum

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The small belt that makes the beater bars spin broke. It is only two years old; repair shops tell me this involves replacing two belts because of some kind of clutch to the tune of $150! Is this possible...


A very easy replacement. The belts cost about £3 each. Yes, there are two belts and even if the clutch needed replacement, this is about £20 for clutch and both belts http://www.dysonpartsdirect.co.uk/dysonparts/dc07belts.shtml - this is a UK site, but I am sure you will find similar prices in the US/Canada. So, total price about $30 USD. What a rip-off - $150! It is very straight forward and just requires turning the turnbuckles that hold the bottom plate that covers the brush bar - then lift out the brush bar and you will then be able to pull out the old belt - hooking the new belt on the clutch mechanism is a bit tricky and requires a bit of dexterity and patience. Once re-assembled, make sure the brush bar rotates the correct way - it should brush to the back of the machine, i.e. when looking at it side on with the front of the machine pointing to the right, the brush bar should rotate clockwise. If not, turn unhook the belt from the clutch mechanism and hook it on the other way. Fiddly, but not difficult. I've done a few now and it takes about 15 mins.

Aug 03, 2009 | Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum

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Flat belt on Hoover Windtunnel requires to be replaced regularly


No it is not normal. The brush roll may be bad causing extra stress on the belt. The other option is the belt is installed incorrectly. I believe this model has a brush on/off option and the belt must be correctly installed around both the motor shaft and the shaft for that brush on/off switch.

Apr 15, 2009 | Hoover U6437-900 / U6439-900 Windtunnel...

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Hoover upright model u5095-930 belt change


I couldn't find your specific model but this may be similiar to another that you have to position the new belt around the agitator (beater bar) on the bottom of the vacuum, replace the cover, and then turn the vac over and remove the TOP cover to lift the new belt up and place it on the motor shaft/pulley. The new belt may require some effort to pull it over the pulley.

Hope this helps.

Oct 29, 2008 | Hoover Vacuums

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Brushes don't spin


Most likely requires a belt replacement. On certain models it can be the belt tensioner assembly, however. Check your belt first. Feel free to ask me specifically about your machine, since the model type may affect what's wrong with your vacuum.

-R

Aug 09, 2008 | Hoover Vacuums

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Belt replacement


Hi.

You are correct there are 2 belts.
They can be tricky to replace most shops will state they cant be replaced & you require new clutch.
So try this site http://dysonmanuals.llc.nu/ for manuals on how to remove clutch unit & replace both belts they are very good with lots of high quality pics.

Chris..

Jan 26, 2008 | Dyson DC07 Bagless Upright Cyclonic Vacuum

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Does not pick up dirt anymore


There are two belts on this machine. The first is a flat rubber belt that is designed to slip or break if the roller is jammed. This bet requires replacement at least once a year. It is vitally important to get the proper belt, as there is no other that will fit and function. The second is a v-belt and the early model belts were too thin and would sit down in the pulley too far and the tension required to drive the roller would be less than sufficient. When the handle is in the upright position, the roller stops. When the handle is lowered, there is an idler arm and pulley that sits down on the v-belt and tightens it enough to rotate the roller. In some cases, the tire on the pulley will come off and will not put enough force on the belt to tighten it.
There is also an adjustment on the hood of the machine to turn the roller off for bare floor cleaning. This adjustment should only be made with the handle in the upright position.
The belt(s) can look just fine and still be worn out. Replacing the belts is always the first solution and the least expensive.

Dec 30, 2007 | Hoover U6630-900 WindTunnel Bagless...

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