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Oxygen 3 Ultra powerhead replacement parts?

Hello,  I own an Oxygen 3 Ultra that has had some hair caught around the belted end of the roller brush.  I cleared the hair out just fine and it happened again but this time the hair wrapped around the black nylon roller retainer (for lack of its proper name).  This eventually melted due to friction and the brush no longer runs as the retainer no longer has the guide that holds it in place.
The repair to get this working again is minor but I can not locate the parts.  While I can find replacement roller brushes and entire EL5 housing I can't find replacement retainers.  Where is there a good source for such parts?  Is there a junk yard of Oxygen 3 Ultra's somewhere to pick through?  Thank you.

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  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    ditto on all of that......where can one find a replacement power head for the Electro Ultra??

  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2009

    This is the biggest piece of junk vacuum I have ever owned

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    Same thing just happened to mine. This vacuum works great, but from the hose down, is a piece of ****. I've replaced the hinged powerhead coupling four times already because it broke.

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You have to buy a new roller

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