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No Suction + loud Noise

I have a Black and Decker VN2200-CA vacuum. I took the filter out to clean it as it was full of dust. After letting the filter dry, I replaced the filter back in the basket. I turn on the vacuum and get little suction with the sound of a jet taking off. I tried to install the filter and basket with the same results. What could the problem be? Thanks!

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Motor is probably is full of dust or needs replacing

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