Question about Vacuums
On the front of the nozzle is a big knob that you turn to load the belt. Take the nozzle of of the vac, turn the knob to catch the belt, keep turning it until it stops. You will know if the it caught the belt, it will be hard to turn. Put the nozzle back on, lock, then turn the knob in the other direction releasing the belt unto the pulley.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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