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Hi Mines a Kenwood KD 48F the belt has come when it was shipped from Australia. I need to place it back. I have no idea how it should be done. Would appreciate it if there are diagrams and instructions. Thanks Shali

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Hello,

That's pretty simple, you can see how put the belt in the correct place in this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3c1NcRvM9wc

Good luck!

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