Item name: Walkman belts – set of 13 belts for Sony Aiwa Panasonic
Walkman belts – set of 13 belts for Sony Aiwa Panasonic are made professionally using injection molding, compression molding, CNC processing, etc. Selected material is of very good quality.
Set contains 13 new cassette walkman belts of different sizes suitable for most walkmans and personal cassette players of various brands, like Sony, Panasonic, Aiwa, Sharp, Kenwood.
The majority of belts offered here on eBay are too thick and therefore unusable.
Belts in this set (internal diameter * thickness in mm)
18*0.5 used as counter belt
22*0.5 used in Panasonic, Aiwa players, or as counter belt in some models
26*0.5 used as counter belt
30*0.5 used in Panasonic, Aiwa players, or as counter belt in some models
36*0.9 used in D6C, TPS-L2
44*0.8 used in WM-2, TPS-L2, DD1 series
47*0.65 used in WM-10 series
52*0.6 used in most plastic Sony WM-EX, FX players
58*0.6 used in slim Sony models, but also in Panasonic models
64*0.6 used in many slim models from Sony, Panasonic RQ-S…
67*0.6 used in later Sony slim models, like WM-EX1
70*0.6 used in early slim models, like WM-701C
74*0.6 used in expensive slim models, also in some Panasonic late models
These belts are not original (original ones are not made any more), so check the needed size before you buy.
Suitable for most Sony WM* Walkmans, all Panasonic RQ-S*, all Panasonic RQ-SX models, Aiwa, Sharp, Kenwood, Sony D6C, etc.
Models not covered: some very early models using thicker belts, Sony WM-DD series
Get your spare parts to be able to fix your cassette player. Check our General Repair Instructions to find basic information about tools and skills needed to repair your player.
Unlike modern electronics, your player was built to last for decades. However, even this player contains some parts that deteriorate and you need to replace them. To fix it, you will need to perform some routine tasks, like replace rubber parts, do cleaning and lubrication. Finally, you should adjust and check azimuth, output level and speed. Read our Instructions section to learn more about repairs.
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Most probable reasons of cassette player failure
- Aged belt – needs to be replaced, there is no other help.
- Pinch roller – clean it well with IPA. If it doesn’t help, then you need to replace it.
- Corroded battery contacts – clean them well
- Volume pot oxidized – there are special sprays for that purpose. Apply only small drop, do not spray everything
Other: leaked capacitors, cracked plastic parts, old grease and oil turned into glue, dirty switches, dirt inside player, worn head (can be lapped), faulty electronics, damage caused by leaked battery, dry motor bearings
After each repair of cassette player, speed must be adjusted!