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replacing Teac mechanism/transportw/cd rom drive?
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Old 8th July 2005, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default replacing Teac mechanism/transportw/cd rom drive?

Can this be done?
The disc mechanism/transport in my daughter's reference 100 micro system is dead. The unit is wonderfull sounding and I'd hate to toss it. The reciever portion is quite good and , well, I have a problem throwing stuff out.

There appears to be an typical computer style ribbon cable attached to it. Any ideas?
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