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J'ai une courroie (axe y - profondeur) à droite qui est détendue. La partie supérieure (non tendue) fait la banane et vient toucher le bloc noir mobile tenant l'axe.

Je souhaitais savoir s'il était possible de resserrer la courroie facilement.

J'ai l'impression que ce bloc noir mobile peut être ouvert pour régler la tension.

Merci pour votre aide.


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Vous n'avez pas besoin d'ouvrir le bloc mobile - il a un ressort en elle pour tendre la courroie.

Au lieu de cela desserrer la vis qui maintient la poulie. Une fois perdre la tension doit être égale et ensuite vous pouvez resserrer. Si cela ne se produit pas, quelque chose ne va pas avec le bloc mobile et vous devez alors ouvrir.

Désolé pour la traduction de Google.


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