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BISSELL PROheat 2X model 9200

I have 4 dogs in a very small apartment. It gets alot of use, I've replace the belts, beaters & bladders. My heater light went out a while ago, but I can't figure out why my beater aren't turning. I'm about to crack the case of the bottom part of the machine (never done this before) I think I need a gearwheel belt.
Can you help me put it back together and find the gearwheel belt? Thank you in advance for all your help.

Sincerely
Paul & Cindy

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There is a belt on each side(if this is a 9200), if they look ok, then I would suspect that the brush roll motor is bad part # 2036757.

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