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Broken Belt Trouble and also plastic piece with spring has a broken part


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You can order new parts through web site they are very hepful

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My Vacuum is actually shooting out debris rather then pick it up. I don't what is wrong but the vacuum is making a really loud wining sound from the motor. Would it be the motor? Will I have to buy yet...

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