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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Knowing cassette makers I doubt there will be a simple way to do it. You could look for the service manual, but I wouldn't hold out hope for a trick!
All you need to do with the belt is measure the diameter in MM and search for it on Google as "Cassette Drive Belt ??MM". The measurement does not have to be spot on!
They are not maker specific mostly. And don't worry about the colour.
PS make notes about how it fits together or take pictures! Before you dissmantle it.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
Parts for these are no longer available from the manufacturer and I don't have a specific cross reference for the rollers for this model. The best bet at this point, is to go to a repair shop that handles audio repair. They should be able to remove the rollers and measure them. Rubber parts are available from generic suppliers. The roller itself will remain. The rubber should be available. Unfortunately, having access to the actual unit is required to provide more information.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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