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How do i change the belt on the bissell powersteamer 1697w????

OK..........I've  got the cover off and see that it is my belt.........went to wally world and got a new one...............now i cant get the little red thing off to put new belt on!!! HELP!!!

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Ok taking the cover off is good. I believe the the little red thing is the beater bar. This beater bar has brushes on it an extends the width of the vacum. Pull the beater bar out straight. Some times it is tight. Next is to place the new belt around the spindle in the back and slide the beatrer bar into the belt. No twists! Besure to have the beater bar with the seperated area with no brushes inline with the belt.Now place the beater bar in place. Make sure you turn the beater bar so on the side the slotted portion slides all the way in place. Replace your cover. Turn it on and try it.
I believe this will work. Let me know.

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