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Timing belt run a 1/6 inch off the front of the Cam gear

I have a 94 honda Accord Ex (VTEC) and installed a new timing belt. I replaced both tensioners, belt and Cam gear, but the belt continues to run off the end of the Cam gear about a 1/6 inch and is being frayed by the Balancer crankshaft gear.

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Is the belt tight on gears check see if gears are on right.

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