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Idel problen on snow blower

I just replaced the drive belt on my snow thrower model # and now the idel goes high to low dose the idel pully need adjusted the belt was the orignal

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Belts will have spring tension on the idler pulleys.
Both traction and auger control cables will also have cable length adjustments to cause the travel of levers or idler pulleys to tighten belts. Adjustments are commonly located under the control panel/levers.

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http://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/mtd-snowblowers/1397-mtd-snow-flite-snow-blower.html

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