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Anonymous Posted on Jan 03, 2007

Drive belt part #

I need two drive belts that raise the cd and cassette covers and possibly the left (CD) cover that is cracked. Thanks in advance. Happy holidays to all.

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HOW TO REPLACE BELTS FISHER CR-W85

  1. Gather the necessary tools: You'll need a set of replacement belts, a small screwdriver or a similar tool for removing screws, and possibly a pair of tweezers or needle-nose pliers.
  2. Power off and unplug the cassette deck: Before you begin, ensure that the cassette deck is powered off and disconnected from any power source.
  3. Remove the outer cover: Most cassette decks have a protective cover that can be removed to access the internal components. Use a small screwdriver to remove the screws holding the cover in place. Keep the screws in a safe place, as you'll need them later.
  4. Locate the belts: Once the cover is removed, you should be able to see the internal mechanisms of the cassette deck, including the belts. The belts are typically made of rubber and are responsible for driving the tape transport mechanisms.
  5. Identify the belts to be replaced: Inspect the belts and identify which ones need replacement. In some
  6. Remove the old belts: Gently remove the old belts from their positions. You may need to use tweezers or needle-nose pliers to grasp and pull the belts off the pulleys. Take note of how the belts are positioned before removing them so that you can install the new belts correctly.
  7. Install the new belts: Take the new belts and thread them around the appropriate pulleys and drive wheels. Refer to any service documentation or diagrams available for guidance if needed. Ensure that the belts are properly seated and aligned.
  8. Test the belt tension: Once the new belts are installed, check their tension. They should be tight enough to drive the tape transport mechanisms without slipping but not so tight as to strain the components. Adjust the belt tension if necessary.
  9. Reassemble the cassette deck: Carefully put the outer cover back onto the cassette deck and secure it in place using the screws you removed earlier. Ensure that all the screws are tightened but not overly tightened.
  10. Test the cassette deck: Plug in the cassette deck and power it on. Test its functionality by inserting a cassette and playing it. Pay attention to the tape transport mechanisms to ensure that the new belts are operating correctly.
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Changer states checking disk, error

Possible broken drive belt, that's what caused the same error on my unit. Very easy to replace, just take off the top cover and the motor and belt are readily accessible.
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When i turn my technics cd player all i see is error

Technics CD Changer SL-MC400
The ERROR Is Cause By The Belt Drive
Remove The Cover And You Can See if
The Belt is Lose or slip of In Any Case
You Must Change That RUBBER DRIVE BELT.
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Sony TC-138SD cassette deck starts to play then stops after 3 secs. Same when trying to rewind/fast forward

It sounds like the belt is slipping or broken which monitors the speed of the tape movement. When you play or rewind the tape, it thinks the tape has reached the end of play and shuts off. You can try a different tape to make sure the tape does not have too much tension on it. If the second tape has the same result you will need to remove the top cover of the deck to inspect the tape drive mechanism. Make sure the belts and pulleys are clean and replace any belts which have glazing or cracks. If the belt is broken you will need to replace it with a compatible belt of the same length and width.

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Cassette player doesnt play or record, ff or rewind. CD player, AM/FM radio works fine.

Hi.
If you hear a faint whirring sound from the cassette player while performing these functions, the motor is fine, but you require a new drive belt/s that need to be fitted at an electronics shop. If you hear not sound at all, the motor has died (possibly belts too), again it will require and electrinics repair shop visit.
For the sake of repairing it, it maybe cheaper to buy a new one.
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Disc belt needed

You need only measure the diameter in MM and put that and "CD/Cassette drive belt" into google and you should find a supplier. A few MM either side shouldn't make difference. Drive belts etc are none specific makers by the way.
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Streched CD drive belt

turntableneedles.com has about 450 belt sizes in stock. your unit is too new to have this listing yet as the belt should not have failed already so when you call be ready with the length of the old belt. Don't worry that it is stretched, a new size will be calculated that is about 3-5% shorter.
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CASSETTE DECK

Sounds like another case of a slipping belt. A belt usually runs off the flywheel and actually lifts the head assembly into the play or record mode. Due to the pressure involved it's either that belt or the main drive belt which is slipping or completely snapped. BMW
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