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N AND D came off

My wife was vacuuming and told me the N and D pedal came off... i'll put it back in but it doesn't stay...i took it apart and noticed a metal piece in the shape of a "T" with a moveable part was floating around... what do i need to do... thanks

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    N & D came off

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The N and D are Neutral and Drive. Its for the self propelled feature on the vacuum. The transmission might be out. If you need the self propelled feature, then you need to get that fixed

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