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i have a miele s183..and would like to change the belt..i did it but now it makes a loud noise..is there a way for me to see how can i change the belt..is it normal for the belt to get hot after 30 seconds of running..
thank you in advance for your support...
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Sounds like you have a bad brush roll, it may not be turning freely. If the belt is getting hot means that it is slipping, so check the brush roll.

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