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You depend on your Singer vacuum cleaner to keep your home or apartment clean. When the brush roll stops functioning properly, however, dirt and debris can remain lodged in your carpet, making it harder to keep things looking neat and tidy. These troubleshooting tips for repairing a brush roll that won't spin give you the information you need to fix the issue quickly.
Tangled hair and other debris can become lodged around the brush roll and in the end caps' bearings. The first step in troubleshooting a vacuum with a poorly functioning brush roll is to clear out these vacuum parts by using scissors to cut away any hair that's caught around the cylinder. If the brush's motor overload has tripped before this repair, press the reset button before testing the vacuum.
Vacuum cleaners use either a ribbed or cogged drive belt to spin the brush roll when the motor's running. The next vacuum repair help tip is to check the belt in your vacuum cleaner for breaks or wear. If you discover damage, replace the belt with compatible components from Sears PartsDirect.
A damaged brush roll cylinder or worn bristles can also cause a brush roll not to lift dirt from between carpet fibers. Use your hand to spin the brush and inspect it for wear or damage. If you discover problems with this component, replace it immediately.
Use Sears PartsDirect to find replacement and maintenance parts for your Singer vacuum cleaner. For help with repairs and lists of available parts options, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.