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Bissell Momentum roller brush doesn't roll w/ pressure

Bissell Momentum roller brush does not want to work when it touches the floor. It works well until pressure from the floor stops it, no matter how little pressure is used or what height I adjust it to.

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    dyson making a noise when using if i put it on its side with bristles not touching the floor the noise goes away also if i put a bit of pressure on the top of the plastic housing for the brush roller it stops any ideas what could be the issue . i recently changed the clutch mechanism as the belts had streatched but that went on withe no issues untill now ?

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This is going to sound funny, but check the wheels. Sounds like the pin or shaft that holds them is broke. Also check the tension on your belt. If the tension is to loose then the brush will have a hard time spinning.Good luck

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