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Old 12th May 2019, 9:10 pm   #1
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Default Stickey Gooey Drive Belt Syndrome

Attempting to revive my Aiwa ADR 650. The two belts have turned to the usual black tar.

To clean everything, tools and myself, I found that either Sainsburys or Aldi branded kitchen cleaner in the trigger spray bottles worked a treat.

No connection with either Co.
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