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You probably need to take that in and have it serviced at a repair shop. They can check the motor to see if it needs to be replaced or just cleaned. The noise could be bad bearings or a fan problem as well.
no, brush roller shouldn't be touching anything,its under warrenty so take it to a hoover repair shop with your proof of purchase and they will fix it at no cost to you.something like that they might be able to fix it while your there because it won't take long. please leave feedback
Due to the way carpets are made - new carpets sometimes have a lot of loose fiber. This is NORMAL and it may take 3-5 times to vacuum the carpet till it goes back to normal. Spitting out fuzz balls is a bit weird. Make sure you have the belt installed right - see video on www.goodvac.com. but the fact that belts keep breaking I am assuming that you have them installed right. Give it a few more belts and if the problem presists - let me know.
Burnt smell is probably the belt slipping. Even though it looks OK, either the belt needs replacement and/or the roller needs cleaning and/or lubrication at the ends. Try cleaning the roller ends first and then light lubrication with WD40. If belt works, you are done. If not, replace belt.