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Introduction

If the drive belt is out of place or jammed, use this guide to replace the drive belt. You will need the T10 and T20 Torx screwdrivers.

Parts

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  1. Press the two Brush Roll Access buttons down at the same time to detach the cover. Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up. Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up.
    • Press the two Brush Roll Access buttons down at the same time to detach the cover.

    • Pull the cover off of the vacuum by lifting it up.

  2. Pull up on the Pull Tab to  remove the large brush roll. Pull up on the Pull Tab to  remove the large brush roll.
    • Pull up on the Pull Tab to remove the large brush roll.

  3. Press the Eject Roller button to detach the small roller. Pull the roller away from the vacuum to remove it.
    • Press the Eject Roller button to detach the small roller.

    • Pull the roller away from the vacuum to remove it.

  4. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.
    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the four 17 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

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  6. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the six 19 mm screws by turning counterclockwise. Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the one 12 mm screw by turning counterclockwise.
    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the six 19 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

    • Use the T20 screwdriver to remove the one 12 mm screw by turning counterclockwise.

    • Use the T10 screwdriver to remove the four 14 mm screws by turning counterclockwise.

  7. Use the spudger tool to pry off the red plastic corner cap. Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time. Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time.
    • Use the spudger tool to pry off the red plastic corner cap.

    • Remove the LED headlight casing by pulling up on the casing and out on the corner cap at the same time.

  8. Remove the red cover by lifting upward.
    • Remove the red cover by lifting upward.

  9. Remove the light fixture by lifting it up.
    • Remove the light fixture by lifting it up.

  10. Use the spudger to detach the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum. Remove the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum by lifting it upwards.
    • Use the spudger to detach the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum.

    • Remove the orange drive belt compartment from the vacuum by lifting it upwards.

  11. Pull outward on the smaller drive belt to remove it.
    • Pull outward on the smaller drive belt to remove it.

    • Pull outward on the larger drive belt to remove it.

    • The smaller drive belt must be removed first in order to remove the second larger belt.

Conclusion

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

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18 Comments

What a pain in the ***! The star bit wouldn't fit on one of the screws and had to use a small reg. screwdriver to get it out. This is a very poor design. I've only used the sweeper a few times too. Hope the belts don't come off or break often because if they do it's going in the dumpster and never buying another one. Do not recommend this sweeper!!! Very disappointed.

Deann Shumaker - Reply

The spudger saved the day.

Excellent guide. You saved me hours of frustration

Callum - Reply

What size belt I need for this vacuum

Melissa Beaver - Reply

Very bad design will stick to our dyson will not recommend it go any one

satmansteve00 - Reply

It’s really not bad. This vacuum has out performed and lived many Dysons. I’ll never go back! They are half the price and accept coupons too

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