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Ball bearings are gone from one of the four holders inside

Having difficulty removing the pod. I have removed the cap on the side and the screw. How do you remove the pod sectionthis is an older model a pol vac plus. Thanks

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Use a flat head screwdriver and slowly work it underneath the pod and work the pod away from the body.
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