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Phillips dvp3340V parts

I have been looking all over the internet to find the little rubber belt which drives the opening of the DVD plaer. Do you know where I could find these? It looks like a little rubber band.

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Did you try to call the manufacture? the # 1-888-411-5477
goodluck and i will see if i can find where you can find the rubber belt.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008


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