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Belt troubles My belt is not reattaching properly when I put the power drive back on.

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Make sure the belt is on the belt lifter look in hole on back of head once head is locked on power plant turn belt lifter clockwise to put on shaft

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Hi! Happy to help with that. Please follow the steps below.

  • Lay cleaner flat and flip cleaner to expose nozzle base. Base should lay flat and face up. To remove nozzle guard, use Phillips screwdriver to remove the three (3) screws.
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you need to make sure the belt is on the roller correcty, make sure is at the red position when putting the part back on with the belt on the hook, push the pedal to highest (off the ground) position to ensure you put it on correctly, then turn the fixing clip thing to secure it, then once its on turn the panel around to green position, belt will be back on, once you get used to it you'll be ok,

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