Pull the belt cover off. Put the Rhino on jackstands. Start it up and give it gas. You should see the belt rise to the top edge of the smaller sheave and go down in to the larger one. If it doesn't do that, the belt may be worn or the primary sheave may have problems inside, or both.
Example of what I tried to explain begins at about the 1:30 mark of the vid below.
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