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Belt speed fluctuation

And after I turned the two hex screws for adjusting the belt tension a quarter of a turn tighter, I only here a bump and no movement from the belt....I went a quarter turn looser and even a half and still nothing?????? just bought the thing and having doubts!

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I assuming these hex screws are near the rear of the unit. But they should not affect operation unless really out of whack, but they should be adjusted with the belt moving. Try manually moving the belt first.

If it moves and If it is a newer machine more than likely the motor sensor is telling the control board that the motor is not working and it is shutting down as a safety measure.

If it doesn't move - somethings jammed

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