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    Tony Hutson May 11, 2010

    First thing - check the fuses.

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Does it move at all or is it just locked, what you would have to do is remove the cover and look at were the belt comes out of the reel, look for an finger and teeth the finger is most likely just stuck, or if you have little children maybe one of them stuck a toy there. Let me know what you have found, and it not fix I try to help some more.

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