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Belt replacement is a do-it-yourself routine, as they break rather frequently if the vacuum sucks up threads from carpets, mops, etc. That causes the brushes to stall, and the belts to slip and even burn.  You may need to order replacement belts, as we did, and keep several on hand. The only tool you usually need will be a screwdriver. Look online for your brand of vacuum and instructions on belt changing, if needed.

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There is a little shop on Colon just above the Carretera on the east side that has parts for appliances and does repairs as well.  I was able to buy some old model vacuum bags for a Hoover upright vacuum there. Hope this helps.  Wouldn't be surprised if they could supply belts and install if you wish.

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