If the motor on your vacuum is working fine but the brushroll agitator isn't rotating properly, a snapped or worn out drive belt is the likely culprit. It's easy to "fix it yourself" with this spare motor belt from Electrolux.
2x Vacuum belts
Genuine parts manufactured for select Electrolux and Zanussi vacuum cleaner models. Please check the list of compatible appliances before purchase.
How to replace an Electrolux vacuum belt
This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.
Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.
QHow to fit to Electrolux Cyclone Power Plus3 Answers
Hi, bought extra belts several years ago and still have a spare. However, can't find manual and can't figure out how to open the bottom of the upright vacuum to get to the belts. Any help would be helpful. Electrolux Cyclone Power Plus - Model is Z4684 and you don't seem to have a manual for this model. Thanks in advance, sy
- 07 August 2009
I used the ZE090 belt for my Electrolux (not sure of the model number but it is green colour and has a circular handle at the top)
There are 3/4 screws on the top side NOT at the bottom.
If you see them try to open those. The top lifts off easily.
The belt was exceptional tight. I had to stretch it a lot to fit.
By malkit- Swindon
- 27 April 2010
Not sure if this helps.
Stand the machine up as normal.
Are there holes in the top of the part that houses the brush and belt. May be filled with dirt or fluff.
If there are then it is likely that one each side will have a screw in that holds the top to the machine.
removal will give access to the belt and brush.
By Dog9Bark- Surrey
- 14 April 2010
There should only be the top cover above the brushes and there is two Philips screws that hold it in place, one on the right and one on the left looking at the vac from the front. Remove the screws and the top cover should lift away lifting from the front first, the belt is then accesible.