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Most often the cause for the rear belts getting stuck is not an actual bad belt mechanism, but the belt simply getting folded over and retracted that way.

Try pulling the belt out as far as you can and inspect for the belt being folded. If this is the case, slowly work it back and forth trying to unfold it. It will take a while sometimes.

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