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Re: help~~ the belt fall off
Most turntables have the belt wrapped around the bottom of the turntable platter, and then around the motor. You'll have to remove the rubber mat, to expose some holes on the platter, where you can squeeze your fingers in to pinch/wrap the belt around the motor shaft - generally on the lower left side. You can't miss it.
Also, for future reference, here is the operating manual for your unit, and it has instructions on replacement the belt - it is on page 6:
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Use ONLY swimming pool sand from your professional pool supply place. Tell them what kind of filter you haved and they can tell you how much sand you require ... probably 300 lbs. Some places suggest you put 50 lbs of stone in the bottom first.
What ever you do, first check the laterals for tightness and integrity. Then put enough water into the filter body to cover the laterals in the bottom at least 3 inches deep. What this does is it protects the laterals from the falling sand.
Make sure you keep the little black hose in sight if your filter is so equipped. This hose should be let into the top cover - its purpose is to remove the air that accumulates there.
on the bottom of the bracket by the air compressor there is a bolt that holds the bracket to the engine. remove that bolt and there's a spacer that falls out which will allow you to feed the belt on.it helps to remove the bolt that holds the mount to the body so you can jack the engine up which gives easier access.
Brute force - you have to pry up the tensioner pulley. The way we did it was put the belt over the alternator and A/C compressor, and get it back in place around the main bearing pulley. Then we took a bar and forced up the tensioner and slid the belt over the main bearing pulley. Voila . . .
If you're not familiar with how the vacuum is put together, taking it apart can be a real pain. Thankfully, most of the screws on the unit are the same size and type. For the ones you need to remove, a #2 Phillips should do the trick.
Unplug the vacuum, and flip it over, flat on the ground.
Press the silver button on the neck where the roller head attaches to the body and pull the head off. This isn't completely necessary but it makes it easier to work on.
Remove the 12 screws holding the case together. There will be 2 smaller (I think) screws by where the head swivels. Keep track of those.
Once ALL the screws are removed, the case should be loose and pretty easy to remove.
Flip it back over and carefully move the top cover to the side.
If you're looking at the piece head on as if someone were vacuuming facing you, the belt side of the brushroll should be on your right.
Remove the far side (non belted side) of the brushroll first by lifting it straight up.
The belt should be slack enough to remove the belted side of the brushroll and replace the toothed belt.
When reinstalling the brushroll, stretch the belt a little and put that side back first. Trying to get the belt side in after doing the far end takes too much effort.
Make sure the belt is tracking straight by rotating the brushroll and adjusting the belt as needed.
Since it's all opened up you may want to give it a good cleaning too.
Reverse the rest of the steps to put it back together.
The buckle and belt need to be replaced. They are only good for one time during a collision. The buckle has an explosive charge in it that causes the buckle to pull back toward the seat. The belt does the the same. It locks up during an accident, also so body shops can't try to reuse it. The SRS light will stay on until they are replaced.