Bissell Vacuum Cleaner Brush Rolls Bissell vacuum cleaner brush rolls. Scroll down the page for your type. Click a brush roll's link to see detailed information including which specific models the brush rolls fit and larger pictures. Also, see the Q&A at page bottom for helpful brush roll tips.
| Bissell 13-1/4 inch Brush Roll 1 Pack (PN 203-2032) |
Genuine Bissell 13-1/4 inch brush roll. Does not fit CleanView II Model 3576. Contains 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0202|
|| Bissell 14-1/2 inch Brush Roll 1 Pack (PN 203-1195) |
Genuine Bissell 14-1/2 inch brush roll. Fits CleanView II Model 3576 and PowerForce Bagless 6594 and 6596. Contains 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0204|
| Bissell PowerTrak/PowerGlide 14-1/2 in Brush Roll 1 Pack (PN 203-2013) |
Genuine Bissell Power Trak and PowerGlide 14-1/2 inch brush roll. Replaced by 203-1195. Contains 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0206|
|| Bissell 15 inch Brush Roll 1 Pack (PN 203-1283) |
Genuine Bissell 15 inch brush roll. Fits PowerForce Turbo 6585. Part number 203-1283 (2031283). Contains 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0216|
| Bissell Lift-Off Brush Roll 1 Pack (PN 203-XXXX) |
Genuine Bissell 14-1/2 inch brush roll for Lift-Off Revolution 3760, 4220, 6850, 6860 and Lift-Off 3750, 6595, 6801 Series. Has 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0210|
|| Bissell Geared Brush Roll For 5770 5990 6100 (PN 203-1328) |
Genuine Bissell geared brush roll is part 203-1328. Fits models in the 5770, 5990, and 6100 series. Brushroll uses a geared drive belt. Ha 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0214|
| Bissell ProHeat Pet DirtLifter 6 Row Power Brush Roll (PN 210-1128) |
Genuine Bissell ProHeat Pet DirtLifter 6 row power brush roll is part 210-1128. Fits models in 1699, 7901, 7920, 8905, and 8910 series. Has 1 brush roll.
| This item is KwikiVac number KV0212|
|When Should I Replace My Bissell Brush Roll? |
Since worn bristles will not effectively clean your carpt, you should replace the brush roll when the bristles are worn much as you replace your toothbrush when its bristles wear out. It's easy to tell when the bristles are worn out -- they feel soft and mushy instead of stiff, and they may also have "split ends".
If your vacuum cleaner "eats belts" or is very noisy, the bearings in the brush roll may be defective or the endcaps may be clogged with hairs and carpet fibers. In either case, consider replacing the brush roll, especially if the bristles are also showing signs of wear. Also, it's a good idea to replace the belt when the brush roll is replaced.
Brush Roll Tips
Set your vacuum cleaner's carpet height adjustment to the right level for best performance. Here's how:
Turn the adjustment dial to the highest setting, turn on your vacuum and release the handle. (Turn off the self-propell mechanism if so equipped.) Lower the dial one setting at a time until you hear the "tone" change, i.e. the humming of the brush drops to a lower pitch. This setting is ideal for the floor surface you are cleaning. Any higher and the brush won't make contact with the carpet. Lower, and there won't be enough space to allow air in around the sides of the vacuum to suck up the dirt.
Never use the brush roll on bare floors such as wood, vinyl or tile. Either turn the brush off, change the height adjustment setting to the highest level, or use a bare floor tool or brush. This will protect your floor from scratches and also keep dirt from scattering around the room.
Where can I learn more about brush rolls?
Read the article Brush Rolls Explained for more info on brush roll technology.