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they stink really bad You can't hook up an upholstery cleaner to a Kirby unless it is a KIRBY upholstery cleaner that you buy separately and it attaches to it on the fron…t of the machine. I have the attachments.
If it smells like burnt rubber, the belt needs to be replaced. Be sure to check the beater brush for hair, especially toward the ends. Buildup can limit the brush's abili…ty to spin freely and may cause the belt to burn. If it smells like wet dog, that's the price cleaning after stinky pets.
When removing the power head, it is important to always detach the belt by turning the face piece toward the red arrows. Once that is off, you can look underneath the power he…ad and see two levers you may turn to release the bottom. Once you take the bottom off, you can pull the roller brush out and easily replace the belt. As you put everything back together, remember not to turn the face plate back to the green arrow until everything is back on and lined up. Grandmapattycakes
1981 kirby tradition how much would it be worth......excellent condition..
The Kirby Ultimate G vacuums use Kirby belt number 301291.
1983 by solar power people who hated using electricity from earth.
The best way to restore the original Luster to the metal surfaces of your Kirby is to take it to your local authroized Kirby repair center. Or you can contack Kirby and inquir…e about their rebuild program. Hand polishing and "OTC" products take way too much effort for the poor results they provide. Kirby uses sand blasting and high spped polishing techniques to obtain a showroom mirror finish.
as of Sept 25 2012 $2800.00
Empty it and vacuum up carpet cleaner sprinkled on your carpet with the scent you like.
Simply press X
yes, for water base paints and stains only
The electric broom has just as much power as a vacuum cleaner and is also lighter, less expensive, and can be used on different types of floors such as carpet, hardwood, and m…uch more.
I will take you step by step in how to change a belt. It's pretty easy, all you need are two things: * a hammer * a screwdriver * the belt (obviously LOL!) 1. First, unplug th…e vaccum (just a bit of common sense) 2. Lift the metal panel that has the light on the front of it 3. Lift the metal handle in the center (leftie loosie, rightie tightie) 4. Remove the brush/vaccum/belt attachment 5. Twist the gray square on the front of the attachment so that the green arrow faces the red arrow (belt is off) 6. Turn the attachment around to show its backside, the two little handles on the bottom need to be loosened to remove the metal frame. Use a hammer to gently knock them loose 7. Remove frame and use the screwdriver to pry the vaccum brush from the attachment. Clean the brush of hair and other stuff as well as attachment. 8. Slip belt off and replace with a new one 9. Align brush to the grooves on the inside of the attachment, make sure belt is placed in center of brush 10. Align metal frame, turn the little metal knobs again to secure the frame to attachment. Use hammer to knock them into place 11. With your finger, push the belt upwards, then twist the gray square with the Kirby name on it so that it stretches the belt upward 12. Attach the vaccum/belt/brush attachment to the base of the vaccum cleaner 13. Twist shiny metal handle to the right, tap with hammer to tighten 14. Shut the lid and you're done! I know it may seem like a lot of steps but this is how its done in my vaccum cleaner. It's not a brand spankin' new one cause we've had it about 15 years and it still runs like new! :) Hope this helps! :)
There are many websites and stores that offer Kirby vacuum cleaners. A few of the more trusted and widely used sites are the official Kirby Vacuum Store, Amazon and Target.
Parts for a Kirby vacuum cleaner can be bought directly from the Kirby manufacturer. In addition, these parts may also be available from retail stores that sell Kirby vacuum c…leaners.
Kirby vacuum in general is a better choice as far as quality. As far as efficiency, as long as the bag is emptied regularly, Kirby is just as efficient as most other big brand… vacuums.