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Cassett player belt model #1492

Need belt for durabrand model #1492

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SOURCE: Durabrand Tape/CD Player twists up all cassettes inserted

We have two of these with the same problem. The belt that drives the pick up reels is broken. We are trying to find a place to purchase new ones.

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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We have two of these with the same problem. The belt that drives the pick up reels is broken. We are trying to find a place to purchase new ones.

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