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I have a new brush to install but cant figure how to remove old, what is the trick?

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On most vaccuums, there should be a single panel going across one side of the brush wheel. If not, the entire panel should come off. In 90% of cases, this will basically allow the brush wheel to fall free, and the new one to be slotted into the old slot. Ensure the belt is connected, and reattach the panel. 

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