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  • TS3650 Belt

    I need some advice on the belt drive on my Saw. It wont stay put. It doesn't always come off but it does creep to the edge of both pulleys and the start up is noisey. Everything appears to be aligned. I tried adjusting the pulleys but no joy. Any help would be apprieciated

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    Re: TS3650 Belt

    You may already have done this, but make sure the motor itself is attached securely to the table. The assembly instructions are a little confusing on this matter. That is, you leave the bolts loose while you check the belt tension, but there's no instruction to tighten them later. (Many, including me, had a slipped belt the first few times trying the saw.) This may not address your specific issue but I thought I'd throw an opinion in. Good luck.

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