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The belt is under the washer. you may be able to reach it if you do not have a cover on the bottom of the washer... if you do have a cover on the bottom than you will need to pull the washer out. and take the back panel of the washer off. from there you will be able to see under the washer. you will be able to see the belt. just release the tensinor and replace the belt....

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