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RE: 717 Engine stalling problem/ Snowthrower belt

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Just wanted to let you guys out there know that after replacing my old electronic ignition that I still had the same problem. I decided to take apart the carb and rebuild it and ever since it's ran like new. Now, I just have to figure out why my snowthrower belt will not stay on. I'm on my second belt this season. This belt that I put on today is a little tighter than the other one was.I'm in hopes that this will help. But does anyone have a drawing of the way the belt is suppose to go from the snowthrower to the engine? I have the pto that mounts to the front of the frame. KS

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