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I have a Craftsman brand shop vac [model # 113.77420]. It is still picking items when I sweep with it, but it has developed a very high pitched squealing sound whenever I turn it on. The sound makes it almost impossible to use. Any thoughts? Thanks, Bruce

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I have the same problem with a CTC Shop Vac. It's he bearings ... they're worn out and dry ... no lubrication. I've trid taking the motor apart and lubricating the bearings, then it runs super for a few uses but then the squealing starts again. Oitch it and buy a new one.

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