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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replace capstan belts
(Unplug the unit before doing the following!)
Pull the top off (8 screws). On the back of each deck you will see a motor (silver cylinder 1.5"Diam x 1.25"Long) mounted to a removeable plate. It's kind of tricky, but... Loosen the bottom two screws securing the motor mounting plate (not the motor itself) to the rest of the deck. Then completely remove the top two screws, so the moter and plate fold away from the rest of the deck. With some care, you should be able to remove the old belt and slide the new belt over the capstan flywheel and motor pulley. Fold the motor assembly back into place and secure the screws. That should do it!
Note: I used a jeweler's screwdriver and needle-nose pliers to turn the screws on the motor mount. This is real fun with all the wires in the way, but it is possible. I Also pulled the screws on the power transformer, to move it, so I could get at one screw for deck #1.
BY THE WAY: I'm ready for new belts myself, and haven't been able to find a source, except in germany. Any ideas??????
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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