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The belt loops over the motor shaft and the brush roller. Verify that the arrows on the end caps of the brush roller are facing DOWN or you will be doing the job over again. Start with the motor shaft and stretch the belt to allow the brush roller to seat. A new belt can require a strong pull on the brush roller to get it seated.
Looking up your vacuum it should be very simple. There will be a zipper on the side or back of the bag. Unzip that and it will expose the dirt catching bag. There will be a point with a hard round cardboard connection plate that connects to the intake hose. This is gently removed by pulling and twisting. Once you have disconnected that you can remove the whole dust collection bag. Your new one will be flat but still have the same connection point. Gently press that back on the intake hose securely and then zip the bag back up. The flat bag will inflate as soon as you turn on the vacuum again.
I had the same problem and just figured it out myself. Detach the clamp (attamched to the bag) from the handle. Then slide the bag out from the clamp either left or right. The cloth bag then opnes and you can replace the actual bag inside. Hope this helps.
Something's rubbing. It is probably the beater bar rubbing against the base plate. Remove the base plate and check that your beater bar is back in the sockets of the vacuum frame correctly. If they get installed a bit off, it'll make a LOT of racket. Check it out!
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in the front on the bottom you will see 2 slots put a small screwdriver in and push up on the clips in the slots and the bottom cover will come off .be careful not to break the clips.just push up on the clip and pull out on the cover at the same time.before you replace the belt clean the old rubber off the motor shaft first ,if you don't the new belt won't last very long