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Go to repairclinic.com and click on the "Repair Help" link at the top of the page. On the following page, look for the "Dryer Belt Diagrams" link under the "Special Features" section. Diagrams M, D, or L under the General Electric section will show how your dryer belt goes back on. If you need assistance in determining how old your dryer is, post your serial number and I can determine for you. I hope this helps you.
Wow, sounds like a major safety issue and possible fire hazzard to me. Try contacting the manufacturer of your unit and do it before the warranty runs out so you have full warranty benefits. Good luck.