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I took the cover off the brush so I could cut off all the hair that was wrapped around it (vacuum was working fine, I just noticed the hair). I pulled the brush/spinner thing off one side, cleaned everything, popped it back in where it belonged, and tried to make sure the belt was in the proper alignment. However, when I turned the vacuum on, it makes a horrible noise like I'm sucking up rocks. What have I done wrong in putting it back together? It seemed simple...

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  • nursenancy4t Sep 14, 2009

    Thanks. The roller brush is replaced correctly, but I think the problem is that the belt won't center itself. When I center it, it just goes off track when I turn the roller brush. I may have to take it in :(

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The ends of the brush roller have to go in in a certain position.each end has a different look.make sure the match up to the seats on the roller guides and make sure the belt is centered.the belt will center itself by turning the roller by hand in one direction then the other.the ends of the brush roller ust set in their seats correctly

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