Question about Bissell 3522 PowerForce Bagged Upright Vacuum
You do not have to "twist" the belt.
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Look at the users guide for information on changing the belt. I would suggest that while you are changing the belt, also take time to clean the beater brush, you have to remove it anyway to change the belt. Clean the brush as best you can and add some WD40 to both ends between the brush and the small plastic pieces that hold it in place with the vacuum.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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Rotate nozzle to the vertical position. Lift off front cover.
Remove the two bottom plate screws.
Pivot off bottom plate making sure to unhook center tab on inside edge of nozzle.
Remove agitator and used belt from nozzle.
Put new belt on agitator. Position agitator in nozzle orienting agitator end caps with slots on both sides of nozzle. The belt should line up with tab on inside of nozzle.
Attach belt to motor pulley.
Replace bottom place by first hooking it to center tab on inside of nozzle.
Reposition screws and front cover.
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