Discussion in 'the CleAn Room' started by Mikey P, Jun 10, 2018.
Brush roll wont spin
More crap for mother earth to digest.
We just tossed our home vacuum, same problem. Sad they don't last longer! However considering they were designed for homeowner use, they do pretty good.
Ouch. Cheap plastics
Don’t worry. It will be recycled into cheap section 8 apartment carpet.
Flip the switch to turn it back on lol
I thought ours was dead too but Genny came over and turned it back on.
If they made a truly commercial version I bet it would do well. Mine didn't last long either.
cheapazz POS brush roll motor has always been their greatest downfall
Looks well used considering ya taped it together. How long have you had it?
I was thinking it looks well used since he’s always loving on his Oreck.
Biggest problem I've had with orecks is the plastic housing cracks where the bearings fit causing it to make the most awful noise.
Phil’s truck, his helper Jose.
I thought him to clean the bush roll 5 month later brush roll was wobbling and broke!
Turns out in his effort to get the hair he was digging plastic off the edges breaking the vacuum head!
He broke two, now we don’t let him touch things. IDIOT.
I’ve never seen a brush roll motor go bad!
I’ve pulled the head apart cleaned out the hair that somehow works it’s way in there.
I was getting over a year on the NV80 models.
I replace them yearly because Homedepot had a sale.
$126 Black Friday week.
three of 'em in as many years
went back to Bissels
You can always use it as a lawn ornament.
It's my wife's...
I’m shocked you upscale cleaners would stoop that low using a shark. Mind blowing.
Had my Royal for 7 yrs? And still running strong. Only thing changed on that thing is belt and bags.
You shock easily I take it...
I use shark. Nothing lowly about that. It's a great tool.
A "Great" tool can be serviced.
It's a pos that works great for a while