We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 2 Sanyo Vacuum models
Your Sanyo vacuum cleaner helps you clean up quickly, giving you more time to spend on life instead of your floors. However, when the brush roll fails to operate and you're left with dirt and other debris on your floors, it can be very frustrating. Try these troubleshooting tips when you need to get your brush roll operating properly again.
The brush roll on your vacuum cleaner pushes bristles against your carpet to agitate dirt and debris from between carpet fibers. The most common cause of a brush roll that won't function properly is debris and hair tangled around its cylinder. Remove this by gently rolling the cylinder by hand and pulling out the debris. Use scissors as needed to cut tangles around the end caps and bearings.
Cogged or ribbed drive belts, depending on your vacuum model, serve the same function — they spin the brush when the drive motor is running. When your brush roll doesn't spin, check these vacuum parts for damage, cracks and wear. Replace them immediately if they feel smooth or show damage.
The next step in vacuum repair help is checking the brush roll cylinder itself. Bristles on this part can wear down over time, preventing them from doing their job correctly, and the cylinder itself can become damaged with use. If you notice wear on either the bristles or cylinder, replace the part as soon as possible to restore proper function.
Sears PartsDirect stocks maintenance products for your Sanyo vacuum cleaner as well as all the repair parts needed to keep it in top-notch condition. For lists of available parts, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.