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Belts for the HV-MX1

Does anyone know what size belts (3) this vcr takes?

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I am assuming you dont have the old belts
You must determine whether the belt is flat, V, or square
Use a piece of string to measure the length by placing string
in the pulleys,flywheel (the belt will be smaller than your measurement so you wil want a belt 1 or 2 sizes smaller
go tohttp://www.mcminone.com./ with your measurement
and the may be able supply the belt
this site may have a schematic or photocopy that
shows belt part# http://www.servicesoftware.com/sams.asp
hopes this helps

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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I uses three belts
U-0037-497-U Drive belt
U-0037-511-U Loading belt
U-0037-533-U FL belt

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