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Tighting the belt

Can anyone help?I recently changed the drive belt.It was bad.But the new one seems loose.Its the same size.Is this normal.Is there a way of tensioning the belt?

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    Thanks this was very helpful.

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Yes there is and its quite simple.num1take a good look and find the two pullys that are most apart pull the moter out towards the front of the machine ,before you tighten make sure the tention is no more than 14 ml.tighten .problem solved.adrian

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