Introduction

Vacuum belts are made to stretch; therefore over time they can loose elasticity and break. Follow this replacement guide to replace your vacuum belt.

Parts

No parts required.

Press grey release button on stick vacuum to release vacuum head. Press grey release button on stick vacuum to release vacuum head.
  • Press grey release button on stick vacuum to release vacuum head.

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Locate the circular black turn switch, which is in the upper right corner of the backside of the vacuum head Using a metal spudger, place the tool in the indent of the circular turn switch and turn it from the left to the right or from the "locked" symbol to the "unlocked" symbol Using a metal spudger, place the tool in the indent of the circular turn switch and turn it from the left to the right or from the "locked" symbol to the "unlocked" symbol
  • Locate the circular black turn switch, which is in the upper right corner of the backside of the vacuum head

  • Using a metal spudger, place the tool in the indent of the circular turn switch and turn it from the left to the right or from the "locked" symbol to the "unlocked" symbol

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Flip the vacuum head over so that the wheels and screws are facing you. Using a PH #1 screw driver, remove the four 15mm screws from each corner of the backside of the vacuum head. Using a PH #1 screw driver, remove the four 15mm screws from each corner of the backside of the vacuum head.
  • Flip the vacuum head over so that the wheels and screws are facing you.

  • Using a PH #1 screw driver, remove the four 15mm screws from each corner of the backside of the vacuum head.

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Locate the two wheels in the upper half of the vacuum head and remove them by sticking the metal spudger tool underneath the wheel and pushing it towards you until it pops out. Remove the two 15mm screws located underneath the wheels with a PH #1 screw driver. Remove the two 15mm screws located underneath the wheels with a PH #1 screw driver.
  • Locate the two wheels in the upper half of the vacuum head and remove them by sticking the metal spudger tool underneath the wheel and pushing it towards you until it pops out.

  • Remove the two 15mm screws located underneath the wheels with a PH #1 screw driver.

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Using a firm grip, pull the two halves of the vacuum head away from each other until they are completely separated Using a firm grip, pull the two halves of the vacuum head away from each other until they are completely separated Using a firm grip, pull the two halves of the vacuum head away from each other until they are completely separated
  • Using a firm grip, pull the two halves of the vacuum head away from each other until they are completely separated

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Remove the mechanism with your hands. Remove the mechanism with your hands.
  • Remove the mechanism with your hands.

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Remove the two 7mm screws located on either side of the roller with a PH #1 screw driver. Removing these screws helps loosen the belt so that it is easier to take off the mechanism.
  • Remove the two 7mm screws located on either side of the roller with a PH #1 screw driver.

  • Removing these screws helps loosen the belt so that it is easier to take off the mechanism.

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Use a metal spudger  to lift the belt away from the mechanism. Use a metal spudger  to lift the belt away from the mechanism. Use a metal spudger  to lift the belt away from the mechanism.
  • Use a metal spudger to lift the belt away from the mechanism.

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Conclusion

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

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