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Cassette player belt shredded - need part number???

I just finished taking the unit apart and found the drive belt for the cassette player shredded. Could someone please provide me with the part numnber??? Thankyou in advance. Agape

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2006

    Repairguy - thanks for the quick reply.

    I queried the part numbers you provided on partstore.com (not sure if this is a recommended site for purchasing components) and they listed three belts for model # PMC-DR50

    - Belt (BR) 304583101
    - Belt (FR) 304583201
    - Belt 393302001

    I could find one of your part numbers on there site's part list.
    My intent is to replace both belts (if I don't goof it up). Which belts should I order?

    Please advise

    Thanks
    Agape

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There are 2 belts the small belt # is 304583201 the longer,wider belt is # 304583102. good luck.

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