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Service station replaced belts, now it squeels. could it be the berrings?

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THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOUR BELT TENISIONER YOU CAN TRY A BAR OF SOAP ON SIDES OF BELT MAY QUIT IT DOWN IF NOT CHECK TENSIONER

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