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Flat Belt, Small 6.5 Inch
Small Flat Drive Belt

Flat Belt, Small 6.5 Inch

Rubber drive belt (band) for consumer electronics.
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6.5 Inch Long Small Flat Electronics Drive Belt

  • If belt unavailable, see related items for a likely compatible replacement.

    This belt is found in, but NOT limited to, the following Equipment:
    CRAIG S-100 KD-V100J
    LUXMAN K-112
    MARANTZ CP-430 PMB-430 PMD-201
    NIKKO ND-1000
    SANSUI D-77F D-300M D-1000W D-1100WR
    RD-420 RD-C41 RD-C61 RDW-55 TC-V7 XR-70 V-330 V-360C W-440C
    TOSHIBA PC-G4C PC-G30 RT-5933 RT-5931

  • Meets or exceeds OEM specs. Found in many types of equipment.
  • This belt is of recent manufacture. Original legacy belts no longer exist. If they did, they'd be too old to sell in good conscience. As far as we can tell, even if the manufacturer name was stamped on the belt, all belts supplied with original turntables were outsourced to a belt specialist manufacturer, like ours are today. Our belts are made using state-of-the-art vulcanization chemistry, forming highly crosslinked polymetric structures which ensure long-term elastic stability even under the harshest conditions.
  • Prior to installation of your new belt, the belt path should be cleaned. Here in the repair shop we would use common household rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) or a similar solution to clean the old, (often invisible) belt residue from the entire belt path, including the hub around the underside of the platter, so it doesn't contaminate the new belt. With the belt off, we would get the turntable into play condition and hold an alcohol soaked Q-tip on the side of the spinning belt motor pulley. It's amazing how much black contamination comes off from the old belt. See our belt installation page for related details.
  • 5 Stars
    Capstan belt
    This belt revived my Toshiba PC-G30 from the dead. The original belt had finally given up its ghost after 35 years of service. Thanks!
    Helpful?  1 of 1 Found Helpful
    Reviewed by:  from Placentia, CA. on 6/10/2016
    3 Stars
    Good belt, wrong width
    I ordered this belt and 2 other square belts to replace the old ones in my Marantz PMD 221. I cross referenced them using the repair manual and to the belts suggested here. The other 2 square belts fit great but this one was too wide to fit on the motor pulley and would walk off when running. The original belt was approximately 1mm less wide (it may have been wider when new.) Given that there was not a suitable belt available here in that size, I decided to trim it to the correct width. I found an hard plastic cylinder of the appropriate size (a spray paint cap) and stretched the new belt over it and squared it up to the bottom edge. I then stretched the old belt over the new and squared it as well. I the used a brand new razor blade to trim the new belt using the old one as a guide, holding the cap against a flat surface and gently pressing down with the blade as I went along. The trimmed belt works great.
    Reviewed by:  from Whitehall . on 7/30/2020
    5 Stars
    capstain Belt
    This Belt are for my Sansui Perfect, I change all my Self and Now Works Perfecly, And Arrival so Quikly 10 days only from the other side of Atlantic Ocean
    Reviewed by:  from Greece. on 7/2/2022
    3 Stars
    Don't Trust Model Parts Page
    Ordered this and another belt based on seller's specific brand/model parts page. The first belt worked perfectly. The other did not. Though I received belt listed, it's too wide for application. Wrote seller, eventually received polite "sorry this didn't work. Will provide refund", and advised a more expensive belt would "more fit my size description". Not sure why this becomes my problem in any way as I did everything correctly by following seller's part listing. Lesson learned: Don't take brand/model listing as correct. It may or may not be correct.
    Helpful?  0 of 1 Found Helpful
    Reviewed by:  from Bismarck. on 4/12/2020

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