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If the motor runs, check the following:
Remove the beater brush and clean as best you can. At either end of the brush is a plastic holder that positions the brush in the vacuum body. Add some WD40 to the space between the plastic and the beater brush and turn by hand to be sure they move freely. As long as you have the beater brush out of the vacuum, replace the drive belt.
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