Question about Vacuums
Usually, if a bearing is going bad it is pretty consistent in the noise, smoke, burning smell it may make. This sounds more like a problem with the motor to brush belt and tangled up hair, etc. Take apart the brush and clear out any tangled hair, dust, etc. and check and replace the belt.
I believe the bearings in most Vacuum cleaners are Sealed bearings, and are generally maintenance free. Like I said before, usually, if a bearing is going bad it is pretty consistent in the noise, smoke, burning smell it may make.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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