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Brush bar wont turn, Bissell smells like burning rubber

I cleaned out all of my hoses and THOUGHT I reassembled everything correctly in my Bissell Clearview.....now when I turn it on, the brush bar won't turn. I believe I have re connceted the rubber belt correctly, but I can see at the rear (small loop) where it has play on the metal spin rod. Am I missing a piece?

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The belt just goes from the motor shaft to the brush roll. Do the ends of the brush trun freely, or is one of them froze up, if so replace the brush roll. If it is ok, try to turn the brush roll by hand, maybe the belt got pinched and won't move.

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