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Schematics I went to replace the belt, and when I put it back on I noticed the silver pulley that the brush belt goes on has came unattached from the red piece by the motor belt. It is one peice. I can order a new pump, but I need the schematics so I can replace the pump. http://www.vacuums24x7.com/bistclpa.html How can I enlarge this so i can read it?

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  • Mary Gentry Sep 11, 2008

    Thank you and yes, Please send me the pic.

    mary0169@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous Oct 17, 2008

    Will someone post a high resolution schematic pic to share with everyone?

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Well you can right click the picture and save it to your desktop, I did it, but it was alittle blurry. But if this doesn't work for you, post me your email addy and I can send you a better picture. But take the top off, there are 6 screws, 3 on each side, remove the cap for the spinner, remember how the spinned and filter go back on before you re-install the cap, turn the smart mix valve half way so the piston doesn't come off, then pull the top off. replace the pump and remember which line goes where, make sure before putting the top back on that all lines are routed so as not to pinch. Start to put the top on, just before pushing it down, turn the smart mix vale to water only, then push it all of the way down. The cap for the spinned doesn't have to be real tight, sometimes you have to leave it just hand tight. Then turn it over and hook up the cogged belt again to the brush roll.

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    Lauren Junge Sep 11, 2008

    Ok, the pix's are on the way, good luck.

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