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A noise coming from the motor when I`m ready to vaccum

I have a hoover savvy model 7300.The problem is that when the vaccum is upright sound ok,but when I laid down the vaccum cleaner to start vaccuming and a loud sound coming from the motor.I open it to see, thats why I know.The vaccum cleaner is practicaly new I hardly use it please help.

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If it were m i would take it back and insit on a new one.something new shouldn't have to be fixed thatd why we buy it new

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