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How to change belt on Dirt Devil Model 2003 can vac sweeper

I have removed the 6 screws but cannot open the case to get inside the sweeper.

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I found out that the Royal Mfg. Co. used the same schematic from this model to make newer models which had a belt, however, this older model that I have does not have a belt drive.

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