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Cant put the roller back on right!

I am so fustrated b/c I can not figure out how to put the brush back on my pro heat 8920. please help me! :(

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The user manual has a diagram and instructions and is available online.
I could try to walk you through but their diagrams and instructions are pretty good.
A couple tips....the small red plate screws in laying flat and the largers one slides in sideways.If you try to match the screws holes up it may help.
Also the first time I had troubles we called Bissel and someone helped us.

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