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Topic # 232221 5-Apr-2018 12:28
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I have a couple of aging CD players, the rubber bands have broken that moves the tray in and out.


Otherwise they play and still sound beautiful (one is a Marantz  CD94).


Where can I get some of some black rubber drive bands from (other than Ebay?)



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  Reply # 1988743 5-Apr-2018 12:36
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?record shop might have drive bands.


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  Reply # 1988744 5-Apr-2018 12:52
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Jaycar have a pack for $25

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  Reply # 1998022 17-Apr-2018 19:10
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Drive belts are problematic since Tradetech went out of business, if I had to look for such now, prob start with Aliexpress, or look into Aus/UK suppliers that serve the consumer electronics repair trade (whats left of it). 

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