Is there a diagram on how to replace the drive belts on this casette recorderplayer
the short answer is "NO", but the good news is that you can find these belts. First take a photo of the inside of the deck so you can see where to put the new belts, (or make a drawing) now take the belts out of the device, if they are broken that's ok. take the belts to Radio Shack, they have a catalog there that will have drive belts in it, you can compare the belts with photos in the catalog, you can also measure the belts, but it is easier to match photos for the correct size. Another option is to use the make and model of your device to do an online search for parts. Chance are with a cassette deck it is most likley not being manufactured anymore and parts will be hard to come by. I admire your desire to fix it, these things are getting rare, one other thing I just thought of, is to try GoodWill stores, they may have an old cassette deck that you could buy and use the belts out of it to fix yours, (salvation army too) or yard sales, that's where I get a lot of vintage parts. You can also try your local TV/Radio repair shop, many have a large supply of msc belts for back when they used to fix this stuff. they are out there, you just have to be diligent in your search.
Mar 24, 2011 |
Audio & Video Receivers