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Old 3rd March 2006, 09:48 PM   #1
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Default Marantz CD-16; need belts for transport!

My CD-16's drawer/loader have started sagging...and my local dealer can't get me fresh belts...
Please, can anybody help?

Part no:
4822 358 30762 x 2
4822 358 30763
4822 358 30765

(I tried "universal"belts, but can't find the correct lenght).

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This place has had every one that I've ordered for Marantz, even the old CD94's

http://www.marantz.com.au/

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Default thanks for the tip

I tried e-mailing them, but no answer....
- more suggestions, please.
There should be other makes with the same loader as CD-16 ?

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Hi everyone, does anyone know the sizes of the various belts? I have a CD16 too, and one big belt is sagging. It's about 40 x 2 mm (square section), but I'd like to be sure which belt I need!

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Thanks for that. I wonder which belt it is... I need the belt that moves the clamp arm up and down. Looks like 762 is to move the sled, which mean I need 763 (which they have) or 765 (which they don't have ).

Does anyone have the service manual? Maybe they can look it up?

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Old 25th June 2010, 05:09 PM   #7
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perhaps the information about
Help with Philips CD960
helps a little
Philips part number "4822 358 30765" for a Belt I don't find in all service manuals with same loader than CD94 (marantz) and CD-960 (Philips)
Where you have read this number ?

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