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Vacuum Parts and Accessories Buying Tips

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. When the vacuum cleaner brush is not spinning, the brushroll bearing may be jammed. Attempt taking out the brushroll assembly and cleaning all hair, string, lint, etc. from the brushroll bearing. If that doesn't resolve the problem the brushroll might need to be replaced.