Question about Vacuums
I couldn't understand the other response so I'll put my two cents worth out there.
Lower the handle all the way, flip the vacuum over and use a flat screwdriver in the slots as shown to remove the beater bar cover. On the top cover pry off the height adjustment slider. With the screw driver pry along the underside of the top cover. You'll see four points where the underside of the cover hooks over a mating point on the bottom chassis. The top of the vacuum will practically fall off once you've dislodged the hooking points. From there is easy to see how to change the belt by taking it off the motor armature and pulling out the beater bar and belt. Reassemble the same way. The cover goes on almost automatically and clips in place. Put the height adjustment slider back on and snap the beater bar cover back in place. That's it. Cheers
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Turn the vac. over, remove the bottom plate covering the brush roll, then on the bottom of the top cover, on each side there should be 2 slots when you can put a flat blade scredriver, pry up to release the tabs holding the cover on. The know will come off also when you do this, just put it back on when the put the cover back on. Put the belt on the brush roll and feed it thru the opening and stretch to put over the motor shaft. The top cover, push down to lock it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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