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Anonymous Posted on Dec 18, 2005

The tape cover raising mechanism is broken.

I need help with dismantling information and spare parts please. The tape cover raising mechanism is broken. Peter melville

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Tritronics Inc. is my parts supplier of choice. They usually have or can get any parts I need and their prices are reasonable. www.tritronicsinc.com. They are agents for just about every manufacturer and will research parts based on model no., location of part and/or part description. It sounds like you will need a new door if it is broken. I've tried glueing these lids before with limited success. Tritronics would have the service manual also which would help with disassembly. Good luck.

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