How Do You Change The Belts On A Hoover Mach 5 Vacuum?
The Hoover Mach 5 vacuum has two separate belts that rotate the brush roller, which has bristles that scrub the carpet to ensure thorough cleaning. Though the belts are designed to last for a long time, chances are that they will eventually wear out and break. If you notice that your Hoover Mach 5 vacuum cleaner isn’t picking up dirt and debris like it should, check the belts and replace them if necessary. Turn the vacuum off and unplug the power cord before attempting to change the belts. Press the handle release lever and lower the handle to the lowest position. Flip the vacuum over so that the bottom is facing up. Remove the bottom plate. Identify the six Phillips-head screws that hold the plate in place and remove them with your screwdriver. Lift the plate off the vacuum. Remove the large belt by pulling it first off the large pulley, then off the smaller motor shaft. The large belt is referred to in the manual as the “flat belt.” Remove the agitator brush roller by gently lifting