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Take the original one into a shop that sells spares for washing machines or vacuum cleaners and just match the length and width to the ones they have available. It is just a reinforced rubber band- you just need to get one that fits. Washing Machines and Vacuum cleaners use belts as well and these tend to be stronger so they last longer.
Sorry, it's probably not fixable. The wires are either broken internally or have become detached from the solder fixings and the headphones are not designed to be repaired, nor are spare parts available.
The only exception is if the plug on the end is broken or has broken wires. Wiggle the wire at the plug end only whilst wearing the cans. If you get sound, then identify where the wire has broken and cut the plug off at that point. Strip the wires, correctly identify the left and right conductors and fit a replacement plug using soldered connections. Ensure that the screening sheath is correctly soldered to the casing (it's the earth connection for both conductors) and close the new plug casing.
In practice, it's fiddly, and only to be done if you're confident with a soldering iron. If not, just do as Philips intended and bin your old cans and buy new: it's not as if the SBCHP430/00 was an expensive model to start with.
If when you turn the crank nothing happens to drop the tire. Look up inside and see if the cable is loose (most likely not) if not the assembly is broken, you will have to cut the plate that holds tire up and replace the spare tire cable and crank assembly.
You will find it is better to buy a new player. The cost of the part and repair will be about the same or more. You can still use the player with the a/v output to another monitor or television. Just use the supplied cables or purchase some for the connections. I hope this information helps you with your problem.