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amd 23rd November 2003 01:41 PM

Trey Gear for Marantz CD52
 
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Hi,

I'm looking for a replacement gear for a Marantz CD 52. My dear son forced the tray and you can see the result for yourselves.

Any idea what's the part number, or where could I get a replacmet (not for the son!).

Thanks,
Amos

jean-paul 23rd November 2003 06:38 PM

If you would have used the Search function, you would have found this:

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...940&highlight=

amd 23rd November 2003 08:36 PM

Strangely enough, I did use the search option.
I tend to look closely at what I see before I pass judgment:

The wheel on the left, has a cylinder at the base of the cog, but mine does not (so I'm probably not looking for a CD M9 mechanism).
The one on the right is too brightly photographed to see if it's the one I'm looking for (so I don't know if I'm looking for the other type CD M4, or for something different).

So... I posted a question.
Do you know what's is the part number I'm looking for?

Evo4Jon 6th August 2004 01:27 AM

Hi,

did you ever get that tray loading wheel for your CD52 in the end ?

I have the same problem with my CD52 and I was wondering if you (or anyone) have a part number for this item ?

Many Thanks

Jonathan

Evo4Jon 6th August 2004 01:59 AM

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here is a picture of the offending part...

I would be very greatful for help on this :)

Jonathan

Fin 6th August 2004 09:30 AM

That part looks similar (splines all the way to the disc) to the one in my CD624 (CDM4/19). The part no. in the 624 service manual is: 4822 466 61587.

If you contact Philips, they should be able to describe the shape of the part to you before you order it.

you might as well get a new belt at the same time. The part no. is: 4822 358 10115.

Evo4Jon 6th August 2004 11:52 AM

Thanks for the advice !

Cheers...

Jonathan


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