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I took my oreck apart to remove a sock that sucked up into it, i was able to pull the sock ou ot the motor when it was apart but now even though i have all the screws it won't completely close now. there is a space of 1/2 inch. the motor works fine

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Sounds like the motor, fan chamber and the end cover for the fan chamber is not all of the way in place. They have to be on right on top of the scew posts.

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