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[title] InstallPreparing the belts
[* red] Locate the ''belt''
and adjust beltssix small ''Zip Ties'' from the ''Cable Ties'' bag.
[* red] Cut the ''belt'' into three equal length pieces. Once piece will be used for each tower and two ''Zip Ties'' will be used to secure its ends.
[* red] Insert the end of the ''belt'' into the slot nearest the top of the carriage. Note that the belt teeth must face inward as shown in the second photo. Leave about 40mm (1.5") of belt extending from the bottom of the slot.
[* icon_caution] If you look carefully at the carriage's slots you will notice that the let side (as you face it) has grooves to match the teeth. You must align the belt teeth with these grooves in order to get the belt in the slot.
[* icon_caution] ++Do not pry open++ the slot as you will likely break the carriage.
[* red] Pull the loose ''belt'' end up and secure it to the belt with a ''Zip Tie''. Pull the ''Zip Tie'' tight.

[* red] TBDClip the end of the ''belt'' leaving about 15mm (1/2"). Clip off the end of the ''Zip Tie''.
[title] InstallPreparing the belts
[* red] Locate the ''belt''
and adjust beltssix small ''Zip Ties'' from the ''Cable Ties'' bag.
[* red] Cut the ''belt'' into three equal length pieces. Once piece will be used for each tower and two ''Zip Ties'' will be used to secure its ends.
[* red] Insert the end of the ''belt'' into the slot nearest the top of the carriage. Note that the belt teeth must face inward as shown in the second photo. Leave about 40mm (1.5") of belt extending from the bottom of the slot.
[* icon_caution] If you look carefully at the carriage's slots you will notice that the let side (as you face it) has grooves to match the teeth. You must align the belt teeth with these grooves in order to get the belt in the slot.
[* icon_caution] ++Do not pry open++ the slot as you will likely break the carriage.
[* red] Pull the loose ''belt'' end up and secure it to the belt with a ''Zip Tie''. Pull the ''Zip Tie'' tight.

[* red] TBDClip the end of the ''belt'' leaving about 15mm (1/2"). Clip off the end of the ''Zip Tie''.

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