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Hepa Filter Assy Comp
Part Number: AC38KCNPZ000This product is currently out of stock. Visit your local Panasonic Service Center for replacement.
$7.50This is a genuine OEM sourced replacement part which is specially designed for use with Panasonic vacuum cleaners. The purpose of this HEPA filter assembly is to ensure that the air that goes through the unit is free of dust and other harmful contaminants. Unfortunately, over time it may get dirty and clogged eventually requiring a replacement to ensure peak performance. Keep in mind this high-quality part is made of durable pleated paper and is sold individually.
Stopper, Wheel (Sold Individually)
Part Number: AMC74S-USZ0000In Stock, 25+ available
Part Number: AC90QNGZV06This product is currently out of stock. Visit your local Panasonic Service Center for replacement.
$10.74This is an authentic part that is supplied directly from the original equipment manufacturer for Panasonic vacuums. The wheels allow you to easily move your vacuum from place to place. This part is made out of plastic and is sold in a set of two. To remove the old part and install the new one, you will need a socket wrench and a screwdriver to aid you.
Part Number: AC84RBRHZ000This product is currently out of stock. Visit your local Panasonic Service Center for replacement.
$26.10This agitator brushroll is sourced directly from Panasonic for use in vacuum cleaners. The agitator fits inside the main nozzle in the airflow path. It is attached to the belt on the end with a gap in the bristles. The belt spins the agitator, allowing the bristles to disturb the fibers of carpets and release dirt particles. This part is sold individually.
Part Number: AC92SBVNZ000This product is currently out of stock. Visit your local Panasonic Service Center for replacement.
$32.78This is an OEM brushroll agitator used in Panasonic vacuums. An agitator sits inside the main nozzle in the suction airflow. It is designed to spin, allowing the bristles to disturb the fibers of carpet and upholstery in order to release debris for a thorough clean. The belt, which spins it, sits on the end of the agitator that is free of bristles.
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