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Heavy Machinery | Answered on Nov 06, 2017

Wrap belt in foil put in 375 oven for 45-60 minutes and it should go on with screw driver as wedge. Use gloves and work fast so as not to let cool off. After install let cool before using.

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Atlas YALE... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017

Still sounds like you fuel problem. could have a clogged port in the carburetor or a sticking needle valve. pull the carburetor bowl with gas line still attached and make sure there is fuel flow as the float drops down. Spray carburetor cleaner through all carburetor ports.

Yard Machines... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017

Be sure to compare the removed belt to the new belt for length and width. Often belts get mis-packaged into the wrong container or otherwise mis-labeled. A belt that is even 1/4" longer will not provide the correct contact tension. Also be sure the pins that the carriage moves on are lubricated. Corrosion can keep the carriage from keeping tension on the belt as the carriage weight can not tension the belt. Hope this helps.

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