I would consider taking it to the dealer for the belt inspection and reset. It is a little involved first to reset the switch and then jumpering the wires for the reset after it cycles, it's really something you won't want to do without a service manual. Also you nee to have the belt deflection checked to keep it from squealing when it is to loose or to tight . 8) Welcome to the forum!
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