If you have some problems with your Samsung vacuum brush, you’ve come to the right place. Here we will help you identify the problem your Samsung vacuum might have . . .
Samsung Vacuum Brush Not Working – Why and How To Fix
If your Samsung vacuum brush stops working, the problem could be that the brush is bad. To solve the problem, you will need to replace the vacuum brush. Follow the steps below to replace a samsung vacuum cleaner brush . .
Step 1. Turn your vacuum cleaner off and disconnect the brush roller head from the rest of the vacuum.
Step 2. Slide the roller out of the head.
Step 3. Get a new brush roller and put it in the place of the old one.
Step 4. Reconnect the brush roller head to the rest of the vacuum.
Step 5. Turn your vacuum on and check if it works properly now.
Samsung Robot Vacuum Brush Not Spinning — Why and How To Fix
If the brush of your Samsung robot vacuum stops spinning, the problem could be that the vacuum cleaner is overheating. To solve the problem, turn the vacuum off and leave it to cool for about thirty minutes and then try turning the vacuum cleaner on again to see if it is working properly now.
If you leave the vacuum to cool down and it still doesn’t come on, the problem could be that the brush is dirty. To solve the problem, you will need to clean the brush. Follow the steps below to clean a Samsung vacuum brush . . .
Step 1. Push the yellow clips at the bottom of the vacuum upward.
Step 2. Remove the brush cover then take out the brush from the left side of the vacuum.
Step 3. Wipe the brush with a dry piece of cloth then pull the shutter out and wipe it as well.
Step 4. Reconnect the brush to the vacuum then put the cover back on.
Step 5. Push the yellow clips downward to lock then check if the vacuum is working properly now.
Samsung Robot Vacuum Powerbrush Error – – How To Fix
If your Samsung vacuum shows you the power brush error, to remove it, all you need to do is to turn off the emergency switch and the error should go away.