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Fan belt is getting cut all the time. Two months

Fan belt is getting cut all the time. Two months ago I had to replace the fan belt and immdediately it was cut. I do not know noe what to do as it takes a lot of my money away.

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One of the pulleys is not inline causing the belt shear.

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