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Would like a turntable belt for a sharp vz3000

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi markieboy15

    hese decks are cool. Upright turntables were a huge novelty in the 80's. The original belt NBLTK0184AFZZ for your machine is no longer available. If you can measure the circumference of the of the drive surface on the platter itself, I can suggest where to get one.

    Where abouts in the world are you so that I can send you to a local supplier.

    regards
    robotek


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Hey again, markieboy15

Still waiting to hear back from you about your locality

regards
rodotek

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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