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Is it a B & D 3x21 belt saNDER. iF SO, PUST THE REAR DRIVE WHEEL FORWARD UNTIL IT CATCHES, PUT THE SANDING BELT ON, THEN RELEASE THE CATCH WITH A LONG SCREWDRIVER ANDIT WILL SNAP BACK INTO PLACE. hOPE THIS HELPS

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