I put the belt on large wheel then with a large Phillips screwdriver though a socket slightly larger than the motor wheel put the belt around the socket on the screwdriver and put the driver in the small hole in end of the motor wheel,lever the belt and slide the socket with the belt on down to the wheel ,push the belt over the socket onto the motor wheel this my take 5-6 atemps but ive done it about 5 times
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Don't know if you have solved this yet but I found a good tip on fitting a drum belt to a machine that doesn't have tension bolts (i.e they are fixed).
First put the belt fully on the motor pulley. Now fit the other part of the belt onto the main pulley as much as possible on the right-hand side (looking at the machine from the front). Secure this part in place with a cable-tie (if you haven't got any go and buy some). With the tie in place, rotate the drum from the inside counter-clockwise and the belt should feed onto the main pulley correctly. The cable tie will either snap when you do this or you should cut it off after the belt is in place.
Remove top cover and lower rear panel of washer
With some help, tilt washer forward, and fit belt round motor pulley first,slowly ease belt onto drum pulley and feed slowly round, turning pulley at same time, it will be very tight, so watch your fingers, you can align the belt after it is fitted. Please rate my solution.
I think its a 'front Loader'? Take the back panel off, to expose the main drive belt & pulley. When fitting the new belt it needs stretching by first putting it around the motor drive shaft & easing on to the main pulley whilst gradually rotatng the pulley. You need to finish up with the belt in the centre of both of the pulleys if possible