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You need to flip it over and get access to the bottom of the machine. Then you need to remove screws that are holding the cover on. there may be little tiny arrows in the plastic pointing to the screws and if so you will know that these are the screws to remove. Once you get the cover off you will see the roller bar and the little motor with a steel shaft sticking out ; this is the shaft that the belt goes on to. The old belt will often be sitting right where it broke and that is right where you install the new belt . you will need to pull up on the roller bar to get the belt around the end of it . Once you put the roller bar back down in to position you can take your screwdriver and put it through the belt and pull it back so you can slide it over the shaft.. Now the belt is new and has not been stretched so it may take you a couple of times to get it on . Do not get discouraged it will go on if you have the correct belt. Once the belt is back on you can put the cover back on and you are off to the races....Good luck

Posted on Oct 07, 2010

  • joanwilli818 Jun 04, 2011

    Thank you Gura for your instructions. They worked perfectly.

    Regards,

    Joan

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