Here we will help you identify the problem your Samsung vacuum might have if any part of it stops working . . .
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Samsung Vacuum Brush Not Working – Why and How To Fix
If your Samsung vacuum brush stops working, it could have one of two problems. Keep on reading to figure out the problem your Samsung vacuum might have . . .
The vacuum brush is dirty
If your Samsung vacuum brush is dirty, it won’t be able to function properly. To solve the problem, you will need to clean the vacuum brush. Follow the steps below to clean a Samsung vacuum brush . . .
Step 1. Make sure you turn your vacuum off before you begin the cleaning process.
Step 2. Press the button on top of the brush case to disconnect the brush from the rest of the vacuum.
Step 3. Carefully take out the brush.
Step 4. Use a damp piece of cloth to clean the brush. Make sure the cloth isn’t too wet.
Step 5. When you are done cleaning the brush, push it back into the case until you hear it lock with a click.
Note: If you are cleaning the Turbo action brush, follow the same process to clean it only instead of wiping it, use a pair of scissors to carefully cut any thread or hair that may be stuck on the brush.
The vacuum is overheating
Another thing that can stop your samsung vacuum brush from spinning is overheating. To solve the problem, leave the vacuum to cool for about half an hour and the vacuum should start working properly again.
Samsung Vacuum Suddenly Stops Working – Why and How To Fix
If your Samsung vacuum stops working suddenly, the problem could be that the vacuum canister is too full. To solve the problem, simply empty the canister.
Samsung Robot Vacuum Not Working – Why and How To Fix
If your Samsung robot vacuum stops working, the problem could be that the vacuum is very low.
To solve the problem, charge the vacuum until it is full.