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Looking for step by step instructions to replace treadbelt on Image 10.4QL

Belt rolls but tends to grab and jerk. I thought it was just my weight (275lb - ish), but it does this (increasingly so) even when my teenage daughter uses it. It's the same belt since purchase in 2002, guessing it's time to replace. I do have an extra belt from when I purchased the machine and I'm willing to just tear into it, but would prefer some direction.

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See the video and proceed according. God bless you

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

Testimonial: "Thanks for responding. The video gave me a general idea, but infortunately the drive roller is not as easy to remove. I haven't been able to figure it out so far."

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