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Eletrolux power head

My power head bearing seem worn out-- loose and noisy. I have a Regency series 1000. Are the roller end bearings available on line?

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Usually you will find a brush assembly which includes the bearings. You could also be hearing the belt jumping across the brush gear if the belt is bad. If you order the parts online, you may want to get a brush and belt, since a belt won't be that much more money anyway. Aftermarket Aerus (formerly Electrolux) parts can be suspect sometimes, so I would suggest finding a dealer. You can go to their website to find the closest store. aerusonline.com Good Luck!!

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