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Got an Telefunken tape recorder typ 204 TS. It does not work- and when I look under the cover I find two broken thiny driving rubber strap . i guess one ( very thin) goes to the left tape weel and the oter goes under them in a way I haven´t been able to figure out. Where can I find new rubber straps- and who can tell me how to get them in place?

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SOURCE: Emporio Armani AR0532 Sports Watch with rubber/plastic strap

Here is a link to Emporio Armani Watches (paste it into your browser):

store.emporioarmaniwatches.com
/products/H45820.jsp
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Click on your model, then click on Customer Care tab. Here you can send an email or even contact online or by phone and get your strap sorted.
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Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Emporio Armani

Depending on where you are located... Samuels Jewelers or Some Macey's (Lazurus's) carry Straps for higher end watches. If nothing else go to either Amazon.com or 111watches.com to order what you need there.

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SOURCE: the record mode does not function on the right side.It does play on both sides!

Place the speed on X1 mode to make sure it is off the B mode and it should record.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: new rubber strap required

Try
Oakley Customer Services
Oakley (UK) Ltd | Icon House | Icknield Way | Letchworth | Herts | SG6 1GD
01462 475400
infouk@oakley.com

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Sony TC-530 hum in internal amplifier left channel.

Electrolytic capacitors are good at causing hum. You could try replacing some of them, they are not expensive. Otherwise you might have damaged the left channel amp semiconducter, whatever that might be.

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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