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Do you have a model number? I found some sound level maximums on many devices of B and D found here plug in your model and look for a db level,
black and Decker 2000 W Hepa Filter http://www.blackanddecker.com/Product-FAQs.aspx
If this is a vacuum then changing the filter and a complete interior cleaning might help it may well be a noise from some debris stuck and oscillating or it could be a bearing, a bearing journal or a bearing housing that is worn, the bearing may be spinning in the housing, or on the shaft, we need more information such as model and other info, to narrow down what rotational parts are involved Try this turn unit on, when sound is present turn power off, does the noise disappear with the removal of power?
Or does the sound start to lower in gradual amounts when the power is removed, if this is the case it is some sort of rotating device like a bearing, pulley, etc need to confirm just exactly what device you have to be specific
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