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I am not familiar with your specific model, but varying speed is usualy the first symptom of a bad belt. Look at the drive belt. If it seems kind of loose ( there should be some stretch, but it should also snap back quickly), it may need to be replaced.

Try that first. If that does not resolve it, let me know and we'll look further at other possible causes.

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