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Countax K18 clutch belt diagram

I have replaced the above i need to know if i have set the two guide pulleys in the correct position they are plastic and have metal guides that hold, position the belt correctly just need to check i have them in right place

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The deck drive belt makes an L shape looping to the the outside deck pulley that has 2 pulleys. The deck drive belt rides on the top set. X = pulley engine x
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l l x x = outside deck pulley
back deck pulley =x
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This is the most common belt to replace
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the deck running belt left deck (X ________________ ____ x)

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SOURCE: fan above drive belt pulley is hitting metal brace

If the fan blades aren't torn, you could try bending them back in place. I have had sucess doing that before. The plastic naturally wants to go back to where it was, with a little help. If that doesn't work, you can replace the fan, or have it replaced.

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SOURCE: i need to replace a mower deck belt on my exmark

There will be one or two "idler pulleys" besides the spindles that turn the blades. Usually one idler pulley is mounted on a plate that swivels, pulled by a strong spring, to put tension on the belt. The other idler pulley is usually fixed in place. Use strong pliers (vise-grips or channellock) to pull the spring out of its notch at one end, releasing the tension. Then the belt can be threaded. Now you have to restore tension by by pulling on the spring and anchoring it on that swivel plate again.

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Call Countax on 01844 278800, they're customer service is usually good at supplying this sort of info. Ask for a parts list and user manual while you're at it.

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Item Part Number Description 1 8620 Drive Belt 2 10300 Generator Pulley 3 6C348 Idler Pulley 4 6B209 Drive Belt Tensioner 5 3D673 Power Steering Pump Pulley 6 2E884 A/C Clutch Pulley 7 6A312 Crankshaft Vibration Damper Pulley 8 8A528 Water Pump Pulley
s1w~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: The drive belt tensioner has no provision for adjustment and will be damaged if forced to travel beyond its operating range. Automatic tensioners are calibrated at the factory to provide the correct amount of tension to the belt. There is no need to check tensioners for proper tension.
NOTE: Drive belts (8620) with automatic drive belt tensioner (6B209) do not require adjustment.
NOTE: When a drive belt is installed new or reinstalled after a service procedure, the drive belt does not fully seat into pulley grooves until engine has run for several minutes.
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Require an electrical circuit diagram for countax K18


Call Countax on 01844 278800, they're customer service is usually good at supplying this sort of info. Ask for a parts list and user manual while you're at it.

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