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Cassette has packed up due to slipping drive bands!

I have had wonderful service from my UX-D66 for years. Now, through time, the drive bands for the cassette deck need replacing, so where could I get a set of these, please? The lighting for the display has also failed, but who needs it, but the cassette is important! Regards,
Peter Jennings.

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Had a JVC agent from UK call me who supplies various kits of drive belts and so a kit is on the way to me, as I write!
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