ElectricalShock Or Personal Injury
Disconnect electrical supply before
servicing or cleaning the unit. Failure
to do so could result in electricalshock
or personal injuryfrom cleaner sud-
Frequently check and remove hair, string
and lint build-up in the brush area. If build-
up becomes excessive,
follow the steps
Should the belt become loose or
should it break, follow the Belt Removal
TO REMOVE NOZZLE COVER
To protect the floor surface, always place
paper under the nozzle any time the nozzle
cover is removed.
Release the nozzle c_)ver by rotating the
nozzle cover retainerg to the UNLOCK
position. Grasp back of nozzle on each side
and lift up to remove it from nozzle cover.
remove any residue that may exist
in the belt area.
Always unplugthe vacuum cleaner
before cleaning the brush area as agi-
tator may suddenly restart. Failure to
do so can result in personal injury.
TO REMOVE BELT/CLEAN
Position hands on the agitator. If the belt is
to the agitator, there will be
tension on it.
lift the right end of the agitator and
then lift the left end.
Remove the worn or broken belt from the
motor drive shaft.
Personal Injury Hazard
Be careful when removingthe agitator
as the belt tension is high. Failure to
do so could result in personal injury
from the agitator releasing quicklyand