Question about Mitsubishi HS-U770 S-VHS VCR
The belt is real easy to replace. Should cost about $4 at most. The problem is finding the right one. The belts stretch out with use so if you take the belt in you need to get one that is smaller or you just end up with a new belt that slips.
The hardest part about this is finding a place that has the belts. Usually you can call around town to any electronics store and one will be able to tell you where there is a source and maybe a repair person. I haven't done one of these for quite a while but the usual fee was about $75. The problem is that you can buy a cheap vcr for way under that so no one fixes them any more. So you may end up just replacing it, even though there is nothing really wrong with it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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