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Ususally this is caused by a forein object has gotten hung in the suction impeller attached to the motor. the noise flucuates due to the housing flexes with the movement of the handle and rod. the housings are usually made of plastic and something very small can easily get stuck in it and stay for a very long time. The vacuum needs disassembled and the forien object removed from the fan housing...
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Roger

Vacuums | Answered 14 hours ago


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Vacuums | Answered 22 hours ago


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Vacuums | Answered 22 hours ago


Your machine is maybe clogged up. The indicator is a vacuum indicator so when the machine is clogged the vacuum in the tank is very high compared to normal use. Unclog it and it will maybe go out depending on the vacuum. Some need to be reset but I can't see your make and model.

Vacuums | Answered Yesterday


Switch on the handle? Broken switch. Failed motor, it may be a broken belt.

switch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kS2gWSqQwHk

Strip down

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZO9wj63t6s

Vacuums | Answered on Apr 14, 2019

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