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My Singer Lightweight 132 won't work. It's stuck. I took off the front and side covers. The large belt will spin, but the rest of it won't. It wants to, but can't.

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I have a Eureka Bagless Optima 431 Lightweight Upright that is not working. I took it apart to clean the brushroll and have tried to put it back together several times, but the brushroll will not spin anymore. Maybe I'm putting the belt in the wrong spot? Where can I find a diagram or something?

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