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Regal 6725 belt

To the person who says their belt has stretched: Can you please measure your existing belt and tell me the dimensions? (circumference and width) Mine disintegrated, so I can't measure it. There is a belt supply house online and if we can figure out the dimensions we can order from them. This belt is ridged, so I don't know how well that o-ring would work, since that is smooth. The online supply house does have ridged belts and I think they have the size we need.

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  • threeks3 Feb 19, 2009

    Is the Regal Kitchen Pro breadmaker's belt ridged and is it 24 inches? How do you get it on?

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I too am looking for a belt. I have measured the circumference and it is 24 in. My belt also disinigrated so I don't know about the width. I think it would be about 1/4 in. Where are you finding these at? Please email me @ EM_920@msn.com

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Remove the safety cover from the bottom of the machine, exposing the wheel and drive shaft (it's easy, that's all you will see, those two parts) and run yarn around them, pull it snug, knot it, cut the yarn, remove the yarn, stretch the yarn a little on a measuring tape or yardstick, that is the length belt you need. If your machine is a k6725 it will measure 23 and a half inches. Proceed as below.

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