Parts

No parts required.

Remove the cover for the battery compartment on the back of the boombox by applying downward pressure to the two clamps. Be sure to unplug the boombox from the wall before attempting to open it for repair. Be sure to unplug the boombox from the wall before attempting to open it for repair.
  • Remove the cover for the battery compartment on the back of the boombox by applying downward pressure to the two clamps.

    • Be sure to unplug the boombox from the wall before attempting to open it for repair.

Using your fingers, push against the positive end of each battery. Once it is loose, lift the battery out. The top row of batteries have the positive side pointing right. The bottom row of batteries have the positive side pointing left.
  • Using your fingers, push against the positive end of each battery. Once it is loose, lift the battery out.

    • The top row of batteries have the positive side pointing right. The bottom row of batteries have the positive side pointing left.

Hold the boombox handle at an angle to access the screws behind the CD player. Unscrew the top two 14mm screws with a 14cm Phillips #1 screwdriver. You may need a flashlight to see the screws. Unscrew the top two 14mm screws with a 14cm Phillips #1 screwdriver. You may need a flashlight to see the screws.
  • Hold the boombox handle at an angle to access the screws behind the CD player.

  • Unscrew the top two 14mm screws with a 14cm Phillips #1 screwdriver. You may need a flashlight to see the screws.

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Remove four 14mm screws using a 14cm Phillips #1 screwdriver. Two of these screws are at the bottom of the boombox and the other two are on either side of the boombox. All four screws have black arrows (not visible in the photo) indicating their location on the boombox.
  • Remove four 14mm screws using a 14cm Phillips #1 screwdriver. Two of these screws are at the bottom of the boombox and the other two are on either side of the boombox.

  • All four screws have black arrows (not visible in the photo) indicating their location on the boombox.

Gently separate the front panel from the back panel. Remove the two connections connecting the front panel to boombox. One is located on the upper lefthand side of the main circuit board.
  • Gently separate the front panel from the back panel.

  • Remove the two connections connecting the front panel to boombox.

    • One is located on the upper lefthand side of the main circuit board.

    • The other is a large white strip slightly to the right of the cassette player.

    • Do not touch the cylindrical parts on the circuit board. These are capacitors and may deliver a shock!

  • Remove the front panel.

Unscrew the 3x12 screws circled in the photo using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.
  • Unscrew the 3x12 screws circled in the photo using a #1 Phillips screwdriver.

Carefully disconnect the wire connection by pulling at its base.
  • Carefully disconnect the wire connection by pulling at its base.

Unscrew the 5mm screw shown in the photo. Note the small latch on the side of assembly as you remove the motor. Note the small latch on the side of assembly as you remove the motor.
  • Unscrew the 5mm screw shown in the photo.

  • Note the small latch on the side of assembly as you remove the motor.

Remove the motor belt from its axle. Remove the motor belt from its axle.
  • Remove the motor belt from its axle.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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need belt for cassette replace

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