hi there, sorry for the late reply, i was at training tonight.
This can be a little tricky to check without physically putting my hands on, but i will do my best to help you in the right direction.
As for what happened? it could be something was missed when you realigned the belt, you damaged something or we have a new problem. either way we will figure this out with a bit of patience.
im going to give you a list of things to check for me to eliminate some things. IF these things pass, than we have no choice but to find and borrow a compression tester.
1. do you have spark in every cylinder
2. do we have fuel pressure
3. do we have injector pulse.
If we have all three of these, than we move on. If one of these are missing, than we will hit that area.
These next steps are if we have those three things
1. when cranking the engine, does it sound like its cranking over faster than normal?
2. take the spark plugs out... are they wet or dry?
3.Align at tdc and recheck your timing marks, than pull the dirstributer cap off... Is the rotor pointing at the number 1 cylinder?
IF all of these steps are a pass, than we will have to do a compression test on the cylinders to eliminate engine damage.
Most larger parts store chains have a "loan a tool" program for free.
Check these things and let me know