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Bissell Promax 1600 disassembly

I need to disassemble the top cover to get to the pump. I removed the only visible screw and the top will not separate. I do not want to force and cause a breaking of the plastic. Help

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Small flat tip under lip, pry up, top unsnaps , do it in 4-4 spots, comes right off.

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Check around the housing to make sure there are no snaps. sometimes under the rubber tips there is a screw holding inside the housing.

I have yet to see any bissell units be able to be torn down for any reason. Usually when those go out, they go out.

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