Looking for plastic gear/cog/pulley for CD player or info on sellers

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We have a Marantz CD player model CD52mkII. The cog/gear which makes
the disc drawer
go in and out has about a 1/3 of the teeth missing which have broken
off over about 10 years. The outside is not teeth but a pulley/belt
ridge.

Have looked in quite a lot of shops for a replacement, but no luck,
even the Marantz distributors dont keep spare parts.

The cog is 42mm diameter to the edge with a 3mm hole on other side,
see pic . http://farm1.static.flickr.com /
135/372843354_8c96b6a419_m.jpg

Are there any electronics whizzes, or hoarders (!) out there who may
have such a spare part, or know of maybe a hobby/electonics etc shop
to buy them? (Had a look at camartech.com.au after reading a few other
posts, but they dont have it)
thanks.


Re: Looking for plastic gear/cog/pulley for CD player or info on sellers


Can you post a pix of complete mech?

Someone may recognise it. I think, Marantz uses Philips mech.

Rudolf

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Re: Looking for plastic gear/cog/pulley for CD player or info on sellers



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**These are a common part to fail in this range of machines. Availability
has been very patchy in the last year or so. Philips and other Philips
derived mechs use the same part. You need to seek them out.,


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Trevor Wilson
www.rageaudio.com.au



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Re: Looking for plastic gear/cog/pulley for CD player or info on sellers


finger to keyboard and composed:

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If you can find the 12 digit part number or an accurate description,
try South Side Electronics:

 http://www.sselectronics.com.au/Productlist.phtml/resetsearch=1

FWIW, the part number for the tray gear (?) in a Marantz CD44 /
Philips CD104 appears to be 4822 528 50177.

- Franc Zabkar
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