Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The belt has either stretched or broke. It's quite any easy repair depending on your technical ability.
Open the case and remove the cover from the CD Player (if it has one). Towards the front you'll see a drive motor with a belt to a drive wheel. If the belt is in one piece just remove it and get one a bit smaller in diameter with the same cross section (probably 1.2mm Square). If its broke then measure the length and divide by 3.142 and round down.
e.g 74mm / 3.142 = 23.55 so you'd get a 23mm belt.
They're only cheap so may be worth getting a 22mm also just in case it has stretched a lot.
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Posted on May 23, 2011
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