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dEAR bREEZE. I posted on the LMYM board re my broken vacuum cleaner (motor runs, but no suction). Do you have any idea what I should be looking for if I take it apart to try and fix it? I bought it used for $75 five years ago, and am sure it doesn't make sense to take it to be repaired. But, I would like to try myself if I knew what to look for. Thanks. Barbara
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