Q: I switched the tentioner and belt but the peice over the tensioner still moves when i turn on the engine. Whats the issue?

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I changed the belt and the tensioner but the peice of the belt that lies on the tensioner keeps on moving as soon as i turn on the engine. Theres no more sound but i just want to know why the belt slides?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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