Introduction

If you determine that your vacuum is no longer picking up debris, is hard to push, or brush roll will not turn, this guide will help you to replace the belt.

Parts

No parts required.

Step on the grey release button located between the two back wheels to lower the handle flat to the floor. Insure the vacuum is unplugged before starting the process of removing the brush roll.
  • Step on the grey release button located between the two back wheels to lower the handle flat to the floor.

  • Insure the vacuum is unplugged before starting the process of removing the brush roll.

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Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four screws from each corner of the brush roll cover.
  • Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver, remove the four screws from each corner of the brush roll cover.

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Remove the brush cover from the vacuum base, by pulling straight up. Remove the brush cover from the vacuum base, by pulling straight up.
  • Remove the brush cover from the vacuum base, by pulling straight up.

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Firmly press upwards from below the brush roll on the side opposite the belt.
  • Firmly press upwards from below the brush roll on the side opposite the belt.

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After one end is displaced, remove the other side by pressing firmly upwards from below the the brush roll.
  • After one end is displaced, remove the other side by pressing firmly upwards from below the the brush roll.

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Once the brush roll is displaced from the base, detach the belt from the brush roll in order to clean the brush roll.
  • Once the brush roll is displaced from the base, detach the belt from the brush roll in order to clean the brush roll.

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Remove the belt from around the motor. Remove the belt from around the motor. Remove the belt from around the motor.
  • Remove the belt from around the motor.

the only thing I would suggest adding is a picture of the belt tensioner which also has to be removed to seat the belt properly.

daliabryan - Reply

The Photos also look like 2 different vacuums as the Airspeed has yellow and a different panel. if it is the bagless 3000 series, its meant to engage the roller and easliy go from carpet to floor, which is the purpose of the big gray button. It is also a Type W belt.

daliabryan - Reply

Under 'Tools' it says 'No tools required.'

Step 2. has you Using a Phillips #2 screwdriver. A screwdriver is a tool.

Tree Rey - Reply

And it needs a part, not just a tool. It needs a belt. What belt is it for the Zuum?

Joe McCormick - Reply

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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