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# 1 myou just take the bag out make sure ytou sponge filter is in place athe top and turn it on the power switch just turns on ,machine ther is no wet dry switch just an empty bagless cannister is all you need make sure the ball outlet in vacumn is working it stops water from overfilling cannister # 2 just use the proper bag and attachment to vacumn up the drywall dust a good building supply store has special sanding attachments for vacumn so you can sand and vacumn at the same time
This type of vacuum does not use a bag. If you are worried about clogging the filter cartridge try using a paper filter for a shop-vac. They are relatively cheap and are available at most hardware and department stores. These are made to simply wrap around the big cartridge. A rubber band will hold it in place.
Most upright vacuums will have 2 screws on the bottom of the vacuum. Remove both screws and snap off bottom cover to get inside of the head. Remove old / broken belt and slide agitator off from the head unit. Stretch new belt with both hands then place around the agitator and pulley coming out of the motor. Place the agitator back into place (there will be some resistance from the new belt, but that is common). Put back on the bottom cover and place back the screws. You should be all set then. Hopefully this helps.
here are a ew things that could be causing you sorrow
1.) Check your vacume to ensure that it isnt clogged anywhere
2.) before your compressor and after the filer, this part is where the suction takes place, check to see that it isnt clogged or that it isnt broken...
3.) check your packing (diapharam) in the vacume oto see if it ruptured(has a hole or broken)
4.) Check for lears on the vacume, basically run a pice of paper all over it and see if it is pulled to the vacume.
Once air is coming out the back, it means the compressor is working, but it alos means that the vacume is clogged, or a compartment that is u\supposed to be sealed is broken, or it has a leak somewhere..
My bet is that it is clogged somewhere, take it apart you will find it..