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Can't figure how to reassemble brush so it won't

I took my Bissell ProHeat 7901-1 carpet cleaner apart because there was so much dirt clogging the brush & window. I'm trying to reassemble and can't figure out how to keep the brush from falling out.

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  • financewizar May 04, 2009

    I don't want to take it apart unless I have to. I need to replace the belt and it looks like 1 small screw on the right side bottom, holdine a red plastic clip. Will thia allow mr to get the new belt on the roller.

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There is a clip (sort of "U" shaped) that goes on the side this should take care of your problem.

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