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Your drive belt is probably streched and slipping on the motor shaft. However your bearings on the roller brush may be worn out.
Take roller brush out of power head and check the bearings at each end. If they are siezed buy a new brush.CHeck to see that your brush housing is not damaged due to heat caused by siezed bearings

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