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The drive belt on my record player has broken can I get a new one?

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Yes, and you don't even have to say what the make and model is. Why? Because ALL BELTS are identical, on every device throughout the earth, so you should be able to get one ANYWHERE! So, just go to an Autozone, or an O'Reilly Auto Parts store, and ask for ANY belt, and it should fit, no matter what it was built for! You could ask for a fan belt, a serpentine belt, or a timing belt, and, since EVERY BELT is always identical ... it should fit, no matter what you get!

This answer should serve to demonstrate how FUTILE it is, to ask a question about a piece of equipment WITHOUT revealing the brand name and model number for the equipment for which specific PARTS are needed!

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You have to check the try loading belt of you DVD. if the belt is loose or broken the will not be ejected. you can see only OPEN in the display. You can simply check is it related to belt. Power on the DVD player and then press the eject button. Place you ear on the top of the player and listen is there is any humming sound (sound of motor running). If you hear the sound then the belt have some problem.if there is no sound then the problem is related to the electronic part which drives the motor. if so you have to change the motherboard of you DVD player. Because the all the parts in it are S.M.D( surface *****device) also the availability of the part is very rare.

If you here the sound then you Can rectify the problem by replacing the belt.Normally you cant see the belt from the top of the mechanism. Because it is beneath the tray. you can see it only if the tray is in eject position.

Remove the top cover of your DVD player. As it is DVD player you can eject the tray manually. for that watch the bottom of your DVD player. You can see a slot closed by a plastic strip just bottom of the mechanism. Pull out the plastic strip. Watch through the slot. you can see a Noach which you can move manually to the left and right. put a screwdriver in it and pull the Noach to the side. the try will get ejected. Not fully but partially. You have to pullout the tray fully manually.
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