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Tap tap tap noise when the belt turns on. consistent.

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Can you determine where the noise is coming from . under the front hood or back. if you can remove the hood and look at the drive belt for fraying . also look at walking belt for fraying. any loose piece will hit something and make noise with every revolution

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