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Loss of suction....HELP!

My son tried to "help" me out by vacuuming his room. He ran over a t-shirt while I was out so I have no idea how long it took him to turn the vacuum off. He said it smelled like something was burning and that the vacuum was hot. When I turn it on, there is very little suction and it is making a high pitched squeal. I checked the belt and it looks to be in good order. I also checked the hose and it too is unclogged. Now what???? Help!!!

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    I'm also unhappy that no one services this!!!!! uuuugh!

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TRY TAKING THE BELT AND BRUSH OUT AND SWITCH IT ON. iF THE NOISE HAS GONE YOU KNOW YOU NEED TO REPLACE THEM.

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