Question about Rio Go Video GV6650 Dual Deck VCR

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Parts for a govideo model # GV6650

I need some of the plastic drive wheels for this dual deck. Does anybody know where I can get parts for them. Does anybody know who made the decks? Thanks Paul spills tape, take-up reel dont turn. does not fully unload the tape. all motors run. mode switch appears ok.

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Hello,

i search the replacement parts of thei go video but no luck, you can try all the toll free here:

http://circuitcity.partsearch.com/Model/GoVideo/GoVideo/gv6650.aspx

may this help you.

melnavz

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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Contact go video, and ask for the service manual. You need the part numbers to replace them. Or ask replacement to go video.

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    Ginko Apr 09, 2008

    You can buy the service manual from ebay for $10 if you have an ebay account or can get one. There will be part list and part numbers.

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