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Part Number VQ776900. I got it online for 99 cents but other places can be up to 7-8.00 dollars. I removed 5 screws on the sides and rear of the case. Took case off. Press the open button and help the drawer open with your hand while the motor tries to. Then remove old belt with pliers or paper clip, etc. I did not take anything apart on the inside to replace the belt. Push the belt into the player over the larger wheel and then I pulled the belt with a paper clip over the smaller drive wheel.
Try changing the (only) belt the player has with a brand new one. Go to www.partstore.com. I believe it costs more than $10. Clean the pulleys with isoprophyll alcohol using a cotton swab after removing the old belt. After you remove the top cover, take a careful look how the belt is placed. Don't unscrew anything. The belt can be removed and replaced without removing any screw. A paper clip will help if you don't have the right belt removal & replacement tool. A commercial CD lens cleaner (I use Scotch brand) will greatly help. Just insert it in your magazine and run for a few seconds to a minute. This is not a sure fire solution but most of the problems in this model is attributed to an loose/overstretched old belt and a dirty laser lens. I hope this helps & good luck!
If you can't find the exact pouch for the mp3 player you can always do what I did and thats to purchase a cell phone carrier that your mp3 will it in =) and they are usually better than the original pouch due to thickness ;-) Hope this helps
this sounds like the belt that drives the turntable itself is slipping you can normally access it by removing the securing clip by the centre spindle and then lift the turntable up and you should be able to see the belt give the belt a good clean with isopropyl alcohol refit and hey presto (if you still get slippage order a replacement belt )
There is usually a cotter pin at the center of the platter around the spindle base. This can be removed with a screw driver using a twisting motion. There is a blades worth of space between the clip and the spindle base. Screw driver should be in vertical position. Sometimes the vinyl slip mat must be removed first. Watch that clip, cause it can go flyin. Once the clip is removed, the turntable should let go easily.
I had the same problem... Here is what I did. As the previous post mentioned, remove the black plastic turntable platter. You now should see the loose belt. If the belt is still good, place it back on the underside of the platter. You will notice there are two opposing plastic pins located at the outer edge of the platter. Pull the belt over one of the pins. Place the platter over it's chrome spindle shaft, with the plastic pin facing the motor shaft. after the platter is in place (don't put the "e-clip" on just yet...) rotate the platter a couple of turns. This should do the trick. If not, keep trying. It worked for me on the first try. After the belt is back on, secure the platter with the e-clip and replace the black rubber mat. Viola!
Your cd-player fails to read the discs. assuming the disc isn't damaged your problem might result of many diffrent reasons, from dirty lens to bad mechanism, memory problem or bad circuit.
You will need to have it checked by a professional technician.