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Can't reassemble top of carpet cleaner

I took my Bissell Powersteamer Clearview apart to find out why it wasn't spraying any water or soap, thinking that the hoses and sprayer were clogged, only to find out that it was a broken belt. Now I can't get the top to reassemble. It won't snap back on right so that I can put the screws back in. Help!

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