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Before making the connection, remove a wire rod from the belt. This is then used as a connecting wire rod.
Place the ends of the drawn in belt parallel to each other and hook the two final loops on
belt ends A and B together. (It is not necessary to hook together the final loops on small belts.)
Weave the wire rod removed earlier into the meshes of belt ends A and B (if possible start
with the two middle meshes).
1. Unhook the final loops in fig I.
2. Beginning with the mesh which has already been interwoven, weave the connecting wire rod, as illustrated here, to the right and left through both belt ends up to the gear wheel edge.
Unhook final loop C from belt end A.
Hook the first bend of the gear wheel edge on the connecting wire rod to the first bend on the gear wheel edge on belt ends A and B.
Use a screw driver to hook the final loops on the connecting wire rod to the gear wheel edge on belt end A.
1. Hook final loop Con belt end A to the gear wheel edge on the wire rod above and hook the final loop on belt end 6 to the connecting wire rod.
2. Then align the connecting wire rod.
Note: Items V and VI are not applicable in the case of rod network belts without a gear wheel edge. Instead, hook the final loop on belt end A to the outer mesh Bend on belt end B.