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Sony PMC-DR50 Shelf System - need help installing new belts

I removed the assemmbly that contains the cassette player and can see the worn/stretched belts. The long belt and short belts cam off the pulleys. My question is as follows: How do I remove the old belts and install the new ones. There is a small square cover with a round component on top (posibly a drive motor?) preventing the removal and re-installation of the belts. How should I proceed from here? Thanks in advance, Agape

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Look at the front side of a motor,you will see two screws,remove it,and that's it,change your belt.

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