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Husqvarna YTH2348 drive belt slipping

I have a Husqvarna YTH2348. A few weeks ago my drive belt slipped off the pulley on top of the transmission and got stuck between the pulley and the transmission. I replaced it and mowed the yard. The next week when I was mowing, the same thing happened. I saw no damage on the belt, so I put it back on and finished mowing. The following week I went to mow and found the belt was off again. I took time to fix it again. I made about six passes on the mower, and it has came off again. I feel that something is not right with the design or something is broke. Any help would be appreciated. I can't afford to work on the mower multiple times to mow one time.

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Is there the proper amount of tension on the belt?Look in your owner's manual to find out how to adjust the tension.

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