Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Jk777, 070100647, E235390
Belts can be universal sometimes. What you need to do is measure the diameter in MM and then the width in MM. Put that into Google search plus the words "turntable belt" and look for the closest to your measurements given. They don't have to be spot on to yours, generally 5 to 10mm on the diameter (either way) will be acceptable, but you might want to be a lot tighter on the width.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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