Installation instructions beltMarantz CD7, CD10, CD11, CD12, CD15, CD16, CD94, MKII, CD95, CD99 ...
Philips CD960, LHH300, LHH500, LHH700, LHH800, LHH900, LHH1000 ...
Wadia WT3200, Micro Seiki, Spectral 1000 ...
If you have let the wire rope of the mechanism jump off the drive wheel when changing the belts for the CD drawer on one of these models and you have painstakingly pulled it back on again after some time, then you may have thought how important it is to follow a manual. That happened to me the first time - that's why this manual exists. And the new 4 belt set blue-belt is there because I no longer wanted to have to change these belts every few months.
The geometry and material composition have been optimized, the set consists of 4 belts with each different dimensions. Compared to common butyl belts, blue-belt provide slip-free power transmission, dramatically longer shape stability and durability.
Only a few tools are needed for the installation.
• a Phillips screwdriver cross
• a small slotted screwdriver
• if available a needle nose pliers
• and of course the reinforced blue belt set 4
CDM-1 for Marantz CD12, CD94, MKII, CD95, CD99, Philips CD960, LHH1000, Wadia WT3200, Micro Seiki, Spectral 1000
CDM-4 for Marantz CD7, CD10, CD11, CD15, CD16 und Philips LHH300, LHH500, LHH700, LHH800, LHH900
Complete set CDM-1
• 4 belt set CDM-1
• 2 bumper end stop
• spacer tool CDM-1
• sintered bearing oil
Complete set CDM-4
• 4 belt set CDM-4
• 2 bumper end stop
• spacer tool CDM-4
• sintered bearing oil
Bumper end stop
Exampel Marantz CD94
Complete revision sets for Marantz CD
Installation instructions video Youtube
Pull out the power plug first! Only then remove the upper housing cover with the Phillips screwdriver. Sort the 4 belts according to the intended position.
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Turn the white drive wheel on the right to the rear to raise the CD tray.
The entire CD tray can now be pushed out to the front by hand.
Loosen the holder with the limit switches using the Phillips screwdriver and place it to the rear.
Push the snap ring in front of the drive wheel outward with the small slotted screwdriver. You can safely push the snap ring in the direction of a magnet so that it does not jump away and get lost. Otherwise, you should avoid jumping away by hand.
The drive wheel can now be removed together with the first belt on the right side. The second smaller belt is now freely accessible.
The small new belt can now be inserted. First place the belt on the larger wheel by hand, then use the small slotted screwdriver to pull the belt onto the smaller wheel.
First place the larger belt around the smaller wheel. Then insert the loose drive wheel into the belt and push it onto the shaft only a small distance at first.
Before the drive wheel is pushed all the way onto the shaft, the front steel axle must be lifted slightly so that the smaller pin on the back of the drive wheel fits in its raceway.
The snap ring for securing the drive wheel can then be inserted with the needle-nose pliers.
After the holder with the limit switches is reattached, you can now turn to the other side with its two belts.
Without mains connection, actuate the power switch on the operating front. Then release the black extension to the operating front from the power switch. Gently pressing it forward with holding the switch itself backwards.
The extension can then be pulled diagonally back out of the operating front, revealing the remaining two belts.
Remove the front larger belt from the smaller wheel and move it to the side to replace the smaller belt first.
As before on the other side, first place the small belt on the larger wheel by hand, then tension it on the smaller wheel with the slotted screwdriver.
To insert the spacer for the drive wheels, push the wire rope aside with the flat-blade screwdriver to make room.
First insert the spacer into the right front drive wheel, then arch the spacer and insert it into the rear drive wheel. Only then loosen the snap ring on the rear drive wheel with the slotted screwdriver.
The rear drive wheel can now be pulled off the shaft with the wire rope in order to remove the old belt through the gap between the shaft and the drive wheel and insert the new one.
If necessary, the drive wheel can also be pulled off without spacers. However, there is a greater risk that the wire rope will jump off, resulting in considerable additional work. Without spacer, keep the wire rope under constant tension by hand when removing the drive wheel!
Now secure the drive wheel again with the snap ring.
The spacer can now be removed again with the needle-nose pliers.
Now the last belt can be put on. Mount the extension for the power switch in reverse order.
When the right drive wheel is turned all the way back, as it was initially, the CD tray can now be pushed in with gentle pressure.
Position of an end stop bumper from the complete set on the round steel of the linear guide.
Finally, the linear rails on the left and right can be cleaned with alcohol or benzine. Apply a micro-drop of sintered bearing oil from our dosing needle bottle to each rail - since the sintered bearing oil has an enormous creeping capacity, do not apply more than a micro-drop. Do not use mineral oils or adhesive lubricants, they will immediately increase the sliding resistance.
Complete revision sets for Marantz CD94 and others