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Need more information but if you are speaking of the brush roll, it is possible that you need a new belt. You should change your belt at least once per year.

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<p>Need more information but if you are speaking of the brush roll, it is possible that you need a <a href="http://www.rainvac.com/belt-pnozzle">new belt</a>. You should change your belt at least once per year.</p>
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