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Rug and floor nozzle brush not moving

Rug and floor nozzle has electrical connection so I assume a motor of some kind is in the nozzle and the brush is supposed to be moving when the vacuum is turned on. otherwise appears to be running properly.

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What I had to do was take apart the vacuum head...which is very confusing, and the manual doesn't tell you how...the "secret" is to use a flat screwdriver to pop out the little wheels...there are two other screws "hidden" beneath them. Be careful as this exposes all the electrical parts as well - make sure you're unplugged! : )

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