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Hello, How old is the belt? It is possible that you might need a new belt. Just like a rubberband, it can stretch and with age, it starts losing it's elasticity. If that's the case, then the belt would fall off.
I would check with the manufacture to see if they have replacement belts. They can't be that expensive and it would be worth a try.
Hope this helps.
AHi, firstly, is the machine very noisy when it spins? Does the inner drum feel loose ie. can you waggle it about? If the answer to these is yes, then the machine bearings will need replacing which could get expensive. If however, the drum sounds normal when it spins and it spins quite freely when you spin it by hand, then the belt just needs replacing. The newer machines use non adjustable stretch belts which are known to stretch over time and then start falling off.