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Need a replacement drive belt for Red Man brand bread maker

Purchased Chinese built Bread Machine in Singapore. Drive belt stripped some of its ribs. Need replacement part.

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    Daryl Nash Dec 31, 2012

    Darn! without a parts # it will be hard to be sure I have the right size. What I would send would be a guess, Are you sure it isn't a Red Star Machine instead of Red Man? never heard of Red Man bread machines.

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I need the parts code off the belt to see if I have it in stock. You can reach me through my website breadmachineshelp.com The part # on the belt will look something like this: 60 S3M471 I will need that number to get the right belt for you.

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  • Tim Miskimen Dec 31, 2012

    I have looked over the belt and can find no part numbers on it. The rest of the machine is back in Thailand. The belt is just a hair short of 1/4" wide and 22 1/2" long (11 1/4 folded). It has teeth set at 9/inch.

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