Question about Rio Go Video DDV9700Z/X Dual Deck VCR
When I owned a repair shop, I ordered VCR parts from MCM Electronics. Try this link: http://www.mcminone.com/search.asp?keyword=belts
You can try calling them with the model & make of your unit or you can do what we did. Print out page 22 from their online catalog: http://www.mcminone.com/content/ProductData/Catalog52/section07.pdf
You will see a belt chart on the right. Using a pen or pencil, place the tip of the pen/pencil on the black dot. Using another pencil, lightly stretch the old belt (I know its broken) to determine what the length is. Observe whether the belt is round, flat or square. Finally, Measure the width of the belt. With those 3 parameters, you can then look in the catalog to find a replacement. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
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