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Will not spin and has a burning rubber smell

Everytime I try to use it I get no spin then after while a burning smell of rubber. How do I change the belt or get it to spin again.
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Sounds like a loose belt, or worse, a stuck pulley..

tip the unit back about 30 degrees, with power off, and unplugged, and inspect the belt..I suggest something solid to hold it up(not your hand or someone elses)...and see if you have free play there, or it's frozen

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