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Looking for the rubber band that turns the wheel for the cd's

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When I push the button to eject the cd the door will not open and slide out

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The rubber band on the lower wheel keeps coming off. Tried adjusting the tension up and down, no help.

sounds like the rubber tire is worn or the lugs that hold it onto the wheel are worn. Also you might want to check the condition of the wheel bearings while you are looking at it. What you might try in the interim is to reverse the tire and see if that helps.

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I have a Yamaha CDC-80. The CD drawer won't open and it makes a noise like it is trying to open, but is stick

Most probably, a rubber band that drives the drawer open is too too old. If you cannot find a new rubber band, a cheap and dirty solution just using a screw driver to pull out the drawer. BTW, I am having the exact problem, and I am still looking for the right rubber band. Hope it helps

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Vcr U 295 serial no 15147 Vcr grabs the tape. I found a small spring which was stretched out and seems as well to be too long. Pls advise what the lenght of this spring should be and where it should be...

well it may not actully grab the tape. but maybe the spring is broekn, take of f top cover of vcr and watch tape as it plays. is the right hand wheel turning. if not thats the probem. the wheel must turn in order for the player to run smoothly, and eliminate tape slack. when theres no tape in it, look between the 2 spindles. is it a gear or an idler wheel with rubber abnd. the rubnber bands are a pain as friction from that turns the right wheel. check the band for cracks or glazing, replace if necessary. u may also need to inspect/ replace the rubber band on underside. there should not be to much play on the underside band either. tip- if no replacement parts are available at a local shop, no problem. use an ordinary rubber band of same similar size to original. it should do.

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Scroll wheel stopped turning, seems to be hanging up due to an alignment problem. How can I open it to take a look inside?

If your scroll wheel turns but you don't feel the 'notches' it is most likely stripped. I've repaired my Logitech, and based on what I saw inside, I doubt that it's an alignment issue.

If it's stripped, and the hexagonal end of the wheel's axle that fits into the receptor has lost its hex shape, I have a perfect fix.

I tried gluing it, but that only lasted as long as the glue. What I did instead was remove the wheel, thread a thin rubber band through the receptor, pull the rubber band tight and then reinstall the wheel. Once tension on the rubber band was released, it expanded again, making a tight friction fit of the wheel's axle and the receptor.

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I do not know how to change the blade on a dewalt

I'm not familiar with that particular band saw but I have had a few different band saws and they all pretty much work the same.

Unplug the saw and remove the top and bottom wheel guards.

Look behind the top wheel and you should see a large bolt standing vertically it may have a knob on it or it may not, look on the bolt to see if it has stop nuts if so loosen them then turn this knob so as to lower the wheel enough so you can remove the old blade.

Clean the rubber tires on both wheels and install the band with the teeth facing down.

Now the tricky part, adjust the top wheel so that it is firmly against the band and turn the wheel slowly by hand (be sure the saw is unplugged) if the band "walks" one way or another, you will have to find the set screw or set screws that adjust the tilt of the wheel, adjust these until the band runs true on the wheel. When it does, tighten the wheel a litte more and turn again slowly by hand repeat this until the band runs true and it is very tight on the wheel, Put the guards back on before you turn on the power. You should be good to go.

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When I press play, my tape player eats the tape.

that means that the uptake wheel is not turning. typically this is caused by a rubber band that is insde the transport mechanism that connects the motor to the wheel.

if you are comfortable taking the device apart, you will need to find the right band and just pop it on.

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Rubber bands pop off of wheels

My Delta 14" had the same problem. My fix was to get new rubbers, took care of my issue. They do stretch, but the newer the rubbers are the more the will retain there form, the older they are, not so much.


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