Check Vribbed Belt

(a) Check the belt for wear, cracks or other signs of damage.

If any of the following defects is found, replace the V-ribbed belt.

• The belt is worn out, cracked, or the cords are exposed.

• The cracks reach the cords in more than one place.

• The belt has chunks missing from the ribs.

Disconnect Wire from Terminal B


Disconnect Wire from Terminal B




(b) Check that the belt fits properly in the ribbed grooves. HINT:

Check with your hand to confirm that the belt has not slipped out of the groove on the bottom of the pulley.

If it has slipped out, replace the V-ribbed belt. Install a new V-ribbed belt correctly.

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