GoldenTrading Mixed Square Cassette Tape Machine Recorder Rubber Belt for Repair Maintenance - Black (Packs of 30)
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Because I don't own one, I do not know for sure if it works, however I am fairly certain it does. One of the belts in the bag should work, since there are many varieties. Thank you for your time. I hope it was helpful to you
There is nothing cheap about these rubber belts, they are of high quality
There is an error with this belt it has a 12-inch strap I appreciate it
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This bag is made of one inch square belts made in China
all are approximately 1mm square
contents include Diameter +/- a few millimeters The three digits are db
4. The following are the measurements in mm The formula for 35 is 3*7 = 13
1 - 38 The following is the 42
2 formula The code is 48
3, the cost is $58 The following equation is 55*5 The following information is from the 56
5 template The following statement is true 64*4 The following formula will result in 75*br2 There are 122
1 in that amount There is a difference in mileage between 125 mm and 125 mm.
Having these on hand can be useful in a pinch, but I do not plan on using them for long - In a repair, this is a technical term. Thin and flimsy, they have no strength. There needs to be a constant rotation of the tape belt and it must pull a usable amount Unfortunately, these belts aren't equipped to handle the job. If you are replacing a belt that is supposed to be flimsy, that would be the best scenario. The following hint will help. The best method for reviving tape belts that are only slightly damaged but otherwise healthy will be to boil them for a couple of If it shrinks a little, but only enough to keep it from shrinking further, you are not forced to use.
Every single one of them is There are different belt sizes to choose from. According to the statement, they are all square. It was time to replace the belt on Eventually I came across one belt that works, though it could have been a little larger. There is a lot more to the belts than meets the eye. We also have a few very large belts and a few very These pictures of the belts are to help you decide if these belts are right for you. Please take a look.
There was only one of the smallest sizes and it appeared to be much thinner than specified. It was very stretchy for square drive belts, more like cheap elastic. This is my Philips MC-100 This new "square drive belt" on the FM disc changer of the CD players smoked and threw it in If you don't have one, you can just use your morning newspaper.
It was necessary for the belt to have an inside diameter of 25 millimeters. This brand says the screws are 24 mm and up, so it should have fitted. Unlike what you said, the smallest has an inside diameter of 28 mm, which is too big for my needs. Spending money that was wasted. You should at least get the size of the item right if you are going to list it.
The thrift store where my wife got the tape player had an old "My first Sony" tape player. It turns out there was something wrong with the mechanism and "Techmoan" on youtube replaces belts all the time when he restores something, so I decided to order There were also a number of different O-rings I needed to order One of the gears was missing a little rubber tire, so rings were needed to replace it. I thought these belts served the purpose just fine, and even seemed to be better than those I had As I see other reviews complaining about the quality, maybe a professional quality could mean that they're not very good. For me, they were important.
As I build electronics all the time and have to use belts all the time, I thought I would buy this kit rather than the single belt that I need for the cassette player I am designing. While I have worked on things that use belts this good, I haven't come across those projects much. Almost 95 percent of the projects I have worked on require these to be about half as thick as they should be. They might be able to assist with your project, however I wouldn't put my money.
It is a pity that I received such thin belts as replacements, they are just a mm thick. My original belts were 1 in both recorders, so I replaced them. There are 5mm of thickness there.