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Samsung b1445s washing machine

Please help.I can't get a new belt put on this machine as the back doesn't come off the machine. I can only access from the top by taking the lid off and although I could get the belt on this way, the belt is too tight. I need to get into it to loosen any bolts or anything.Any advice would be a big help
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HELLO
HAD THE SAME PROBLEM LAST WEEKEND! THE BELT HAS TO BE SO TIGHT TO GET THE WORK DONE
PUT THE BELT ON THE BUTTOM SMALL WHEEL OF THE MOTOR THEN YOU VERY SLOWLY PUT IT ON THE BIG WHEEL BY TURNING SIMOULTANISLY THE BIG WHEEL CLOCKWISE, IT SHOULD I YOU ARE CAREFULL POP_UP AFTER A SEMI TURN,THAN SLOWLY TURN WITH YOUR HANDS THE WEEL 2 OR 3 TIMES AROUND SO THE BELT CAN FIND ITS PLACE;
hOPE YOU GET IT DONE
GREETS FROM bELGIUM
MY MAIL [email protected]

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