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    A new belt will burn in less than an hour of use. The brush assembly moves easily. I can not find anything loose or worn. An ideas?

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Probably needs a new belt, the old one is probably slipping. Also check the brush roll to make sure the ends turn freely, if not, then replace it to.

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