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Pioneer ctw602r drive belt routing from motor pulley. Does it loop around both largeb cassette spindles or only the right one and just touches the left one?

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clean the spindle with alcohol and put a single drop of thin oil at the bottom of it
the sticky stuff is the rubber corroding
if the belt is not too stretched , boil it in water with some vinegar for a couple of minutes , if its too bad then replace it

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Need diagram for a poulan xt 30" belt route on deck .Belt keeps breaking shortly after changing I am beginning to think that all the gumballs from the gum trees may breaking it is that possible

Two things first if it just keep breaking..the most probable cause would be the belt on one the spindle or drive pulley " on engine " is routed around most of the pulley then over the belt keeper instead of on the pulley grove..or the keepers are way out of adjustment the keepers have sharp edges on the outside and will tear up a belt in no for the routing most are simple and follow the same procedure,,first look at all the pulleys on the mower deck...there are two kinds the drive and idlers..the drivers are attached to the engine and spindle where the blades and have deep v shape and have on or two belt keepers attached very close on the deck..the others are idlers including the tensioner that engages the belt and keep tension,,they do not have v they are flat with two small right angle edges to keep the belt straight they are designed to ride on the flat back side of the pulley..first detirmine the rotation of the pulleys the starting at the engine drive pulley place the belt in and follow to the first pulley in the direction of mowing all the way around the then operate the engage/disengage lever it will move the engage idler the belt on the flat side the locate others and do the will need to play with it awile but you will find the route...just remember when you do route it look for and adjust the belt keepers..they are there to keep the belt on when running know the results once off the pulley a torn up belt...this is long but i believe if you take your time it will help...good luck.

Mar 20, 2016 | Poulan Garden

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Replacing a belt

Replacing the Drive Belt
IMPORTANT: To aid in reassembly, note the orientation
of the drive belt on the two idler pulleys and the engine
flywheel pulley prior to performing the following steps.
Refer to Figure 10.
The edger drive belt is subject to wear and should be
replaced if any signs of cracking, shredding or rotting
are present. To replace the belt, proceed as follows:
1. Working in front of the edger, loosen the flange
lock nut on top of frame, allowing the idler pulley
assembly to pivot slightly out from the frame. See
Figure 10.
2. With your other hand, carefully reach under the
rear of the unit and remove the belt from around the
engine flywheel pulley.
3. Remove the spindle sheaves belt guard by removing
the two self-tapping screws which secure it to the
blade plate assembly. See Figure 10.
4. Carefully remove the belt from the pulleys,
again making sure to note the orientation of the belt.
Discard the belt.
Install the replacement belt (Part No. 754-04032B) in the
same configuration that the original belt was routed as
follows:5. Working from the front of the edger, place the belt onto
the spindle sheaves, route it back onto the two idler
pulleys, and then place it onto the engine flywheel
IMPORTANT: Make certain that the "V" side of the belt
is seated into the top pulley and the flat side of the belt is
seated into the bottom pulley.
6. Reinstall the spindle sheaves belt guard with the self
tapping screws removed earlier.
7. Make certain that the drive belt is on the engine
flywheel pulley and idler pulleys, and retighten the
flange lock nut on the top of the frame.
IMPORTANT: Make certain that the drive belt is seated
correctly and that it is riding smoothly on the spindle
sheaves and is not pinched between them. Repeat the
first three steps if the belt is pinched.
You don't want the belt pinched between those spindle me ;)
the manual

Oct 13, 2012 | Troy-Bilt tb554 lawn edger

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      Stand in front of the edger and take a look at the existing orientation of the drive belt if it's still on the lawn edger, and take a photograph of the routing with a camera. Cellphone cameras are good for this. This will help you put the new drive belt on correctly. You can also draw a sketch by hand.

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      Loosen the flange nut on top of the frame, letting the idler pivot assembly pivot a little. Reach into the back of the edger and pull off the existing belt from around the flywheel pulley. Then remove the spindle belt guard by removing any screws you see there. Remove the belt off the further pulleys and throw the belt away.

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      Place the new belt onto the spindle sheaves and route it back through the pulleys using your photograph as a guide. In all cases, the belt has to be on the engine flywheel pulley and the idler pulleys. The "Y" on the belt seats into the top pulley and the flat part goes into the bottom. Re-install the spindle guard and re-tighten the nut on the frame that you loosened.

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Jun 01, 2012 | Garden

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Routing dryer belt for kenmore 11060702990

rap the belt around the drum ribs down,if you get your pants belt and fold it in half and pinch it around 4 inches from the folded part that's how the belt will look when it goes around the pulley, your fingers are the pulley and the loop that's on the end goes onto the motor,pinch the belt together and the loop that's left on the end goes onto the motor

Mar 13, 2010 | Kenmore Dryers

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I have an older kenmore 70 series dryer. the belt broke and im trying to figure out where the pulley is supposed to go and how the belt is supposed to go

If you are referring to the tension pulley that keeps the belt tight on the drum, it is common for it to come loose when the belt breaks because there is no longer any tension holding it in place. Just follow these steps to reinstall:

1. Make sure the drive belt is looped around the dryer drum with the groove side facing the drum. (Try to line the belt up with the wear marks already on the drum).

2. With the tensioner in your left hand, insert the clip end of the idler pulley into the grooves on the dryer bottom casing with the idler wheel pointing to your left. (The grooves are directly in front of the drive motor.)

3. While holding the tensioner in place with your left hand, insert the belt UNDER the wheel with your right hand and pull it up and over the drive motor pulley.

If this does not explain it well enough, you can verify by going to Click on the Repair Help link and look for the "Dryer Belt Diagrams" link under the Special Features section on the next page. Look for Whirlpool and refer to diagram H.

If you have any questions, please post back with your MODEL NUMBER (located on a nameplate around the dryer door opening) so that I may be able to confirm your dryer configuration. I hope this helps you.

Feb 24, 2010 | Kenmore Dryers

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Broken belt

This is actually pretty simple:

Remove Pto guard on mower deck

Stand mower up on back stands

Pull the friction disc away from the drive disc

slip new belt in between the friction disc and drive disc pushing all the way through

release friction disc allowing to come back in contact with drive disc

loop belt around engine pulley

let mower back down

route belt around mower pulley

loosen guides on idler pulley

route belt through idler pulley

with engine off move pto lever to tighten mower belt

adjust guides on idler pulley allowing 1/8" from belt

tighten bolt on idler pulley

release pto tension

install mower pto guard

and you should be ready to mow

Aug 14, 2009 | Garden

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Fitting new belt to Hotpoint9320w tumble dryer

Put belt around spindle then pull pulleys apart and rest onto belt.
I am assuming that the spring which holds the pulleys together is still in place.
Please post back if any further assistance needed.
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Jan 29, 2009 | Hotpoint TDL14 Electric Dryer

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Which wa does the belt on a Maytag Atlantis dryer run around the motor and idler pulley. I have the belt groove side down, which is the way it goes in the Atlantis, but I couldn't find a schematic for the...

Hi you're correct in putting it groove side down. Now make a loop, like when you first started tying your shoes with the slack around the drum. Push the entire loop just beneath the idler pulley through the metal channel and apply pressure to the idler pulley assembly. pushing it towards the motor pulley until you can get the loop you are holding over the motor pulley and Waa Laa you've installed your new belt. Good Luck!

Dec 10, 2008 | Maytag Atlantis MDE7400AY Electric Dryer

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Pioneer pl 990

Remove any tape from the belt

That is the drive belt for the turntable .
It's not that hard to set up. Take the mat off the platter and wrap the belt around the underneath -slightly-less-diameter portion.

With a pointed end needle or something like it , put the tip between the belt and the platter portion it's wrapped against.
Pull the belt away from that( keeping the rest of the belt on the platter portion) and set it over the motor pulley. This is usually a small diameter brass spindle unit

Mar 27, 2008 | Pioneer PL-990 Turntable

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