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I am just wondering the best way to go about this. Should the front be taken off or can I just take off the motor?
You do have to take the front fascia off the unit to get access to the mechanism mounting screws, to then get the mecha into a position that you can remove the capstan flywheel plate etc to replace the belts and clean drive surfaces. You can get an entire replacement belt kit from here
These decks are well worth repair if you have an interest in cassette decks. Good luck, and thanks for using FixYa. If you need more advice , feel free to ask me :)
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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