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I must open the vacum cleaner i need instuctions I have to replace the belt and i don't know how to open it

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Most upright vacuums will have 2 screws on the bottom of the vacuum. Remove both screws and snap off bottom cover to get inside of the head. Remove old / broken belt and slide agitator off from the head unit. Stretch new belt with both hands then place around the agitator and pulley coming out of the motor. Place the agitator back into place (there will be some resistance from the new belt, but that is common). Put back on the bottom cover and place back the screws. You should be all set then. Hopefully this helps.

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http://dirtdevil.com/file/956/

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Thank you for your fast reply, I took off the screws on the lid and replaced the belt with no problem

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