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Have taken machine to bits belt is slack how does it go on over the pullys and how can i tighten the belt

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The belt has grooves which must go on the motor pulley grooves. The spring loaded pulley is then pulled over and the belt goes around it. Usually the belt is on the drum grooves up. Google the unit for a picture.

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SOURCE: belt was loose, so checked it the tension pully

There must be an adjuster on the pully to increase tension.

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SOURCE: belt over pullies correctly

they should be on a tensioner that automatically tightens check the spring on the tensioner if it is weak replace it they usually last the life of most dryers however you have a commercial one so Lord only knows how many hours a day it runs

Posted on Dec 19, 2009

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