That's the options the repair place gave me, and OF COURSE, they're vacuum's are "better" and won't risk having the same problem again because of my vacuum's poor design.
Or should I make do with the one we have that doesn't have a turning brush and hold out for a used one or a cheaper one?
What would you do? What kind do you have, do you like it, and what did you pay for it?
Answer by louise2 at 7:44 PM on Feb. 22, 2011
I went to walmart and got one for 50 bucks...I dont understand why people spend so much on them....no offence...i just dont get it.
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