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How do I change the sanding belt on a craftsman model 315.11720 belt sander?

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Push the front roller against a solid surface till it clicks back  That takes the tension off the belt Remove the old belt and fit a new one. Now place a large screwdriver between front roller bracket and the square housing  between the two rollers and pry so you are levering the front roller forward. It will click into place .  Now, run the sander and turn the knob on the  side of the sander until the belt tracks correctly.  Cool


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