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Whiel vacuuming i accidentally vacuumed over the cord and it got stuck around the brush and it melted down to the wires. After taking the brush off and removing the melted rubber I put it back together and now when I turn it on it sounds like the brush is hitting somewhere in that area its a steady thud sound as it goes around. What could be wrong with it? Thanx, Dawna Blevins

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Before you do anything, did you wrap the wires with electrical tape? If not, you could get shocked, or at the very worse, burn it up.

As far as the thud sound goes, it sounds like you might have bent the brush and it's rubbing on something where it's bent. try to straighten it. Otherwise, are you sure you got all the rubber out?

Good luck.

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Posted on Mar 25, 2011

  • Kb Wilson Jan 13, 2014

    You might check the belt, it may have a worn area that makes a noise when it passes the motor or brush.

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