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You can dismantle this thing, you can also have it moved on a flat bed wrecker, how far are you going? I would try to get it apart panel by panel, not piece by piece, but wall by wall. It might be possible, but when it goes back together, you might need some new fasteners and brackets here and there. And yes, it is worth it. Hope this helps.
This portion rarely needs replacing. It is designed to pull easily away from the brush side in case of blockage and then may need to "unscrew" use only the identical component form an AERUS Electrolux dealer. This should be accomplished without dismantling the head. If there is evidence of glue or contact cement type adhesive on the bag side, you may need to tear apart and unravel with pliers
First you need to take it apart. then you need to put it back together
Remember always be careful when dismantleing electronics and make sure it isnt pluged in Im guesin but it might be philips driver class.
If this is for the Graco Snugride (I have the Windsor model from the Quattro Travel System), this will work:
1. Push the Graco canopy to one side, exposing the plastic support bars that hold the canopy in place.
2. The center of the support is where the canopy comes apart. Using both hands, pull the canopy support bar apart (as if you were playing tug-of-war). It's best to grab the curved ends and pull HARD (and point it away to the side so that you don't hit your face).
3. Once the support bars are apart, remove the old Graco canopy and slip on the new/freshly washed canopy.
4. Secure the support bars by snapping them shut, and then slide the canopy into place.