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Need parts for Sharp VZ 2500.

Hi i need parts for my sharp vz2500. i need a drive belt and the needle for the turntable, also roller for the cassette player, Can any one help me find these parts.Thank you so much.

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robotek
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Hi Roger It will need a new turn table belt. They are an odd size, but can generally be bought from a good spares part supplier. Let me know where you are and i will be able to steer you to a parts agent that can organise one for you. Thanks for using FixYa. A "fixya" rating will help my profile and create an incentive to get the parts source organised for you;)

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Graeme

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Sharp VZ

you have to remove the front cover first. then detach the two wire connectors attached to the turntable circutry. Also detach the pushbutton pannel. remove the two screws that fix the top plastic cover inside the turtable housing. then the two big screws that fix the turntable to the main body will be visible. remove them and you can detach the turtable unit out. then remove the circuit board behind the turntable. you can then put the belt between the big disc and the motor pulley on the corner. Good luck

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: manual for Sharp VZ-3000

go to this site -- a manual is listed http://elektrotanya.com/sharp_vz-3000h_vz3000e_cpv300h_sm.pdf/download.html

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