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Vacuum Parts and Accessories Buying Tips

Like with any other tool or machine part replacement, getting an exactly matching vacuum belt is critical to the performance of the vacuum. Every vacuum belt design specification and detail is engineered to deliver the right amount of tension and power to its matching model. Even the small differences between similar but not exactly matching belts can sharply affect vacuum performance. Brush rollers will also be called "agitator brushes," and appropriately, vacuum belts are occasionally called "agitator belts." Vacuum cleaner belts transfer power from the vacuum's motor to its brush roller. Despite the fact that a vacuum's brush roller doesn't have to be in operation for a vacuum to produce suction, using a healthy, correctly matched belt in a vacuum is essential to the vacuum's cleaning ability. Contact a local dealer for service, or consider doing it yourself. Motors on the Cana-Vac vacuum have a few fasteners and wires that need to be unattached, the reattached on the new motor. It should take less than one hour. First, turn off the circuit breaker or unplug the central vacuum unit. Then, access the motor by releasing the outer housing. Use the chart to find the right replacement motor for your Cana-Vac motor model. A motor may have many numbers on it but typically the real motor number starts with 11.