Where can I buy RCA VHS VCR belts?

Where can I buy RCA VHS VCR belts? Topic: Buy a thesis
May 25, 2019 / By Josepha
Question: RCA made a package of belts for a VCR. I have one of theses units but the belts are worn. Before I have been able to buy the belts (3 Different Sizes) which were used in my VCR. Any help would be appreciated. I would like to finish converting my VHS Tapes to DVD. Thanks
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Georgie Georgie | 1 day ago
If you go to any shop that repairs tvs, I'm sure they'll be able to check their suppliers (where ever they order transistors & capacitors, resistors etc. even these may be hard to get.). I do recall getting these belt kits from a few different dealers. Both loading belts & an idler belt. We got ours from "Global" as well as a company called "Heisler's" You could try an RCA outlet or Hitachi as both these companies used these belts.
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Georgie Originally Answered: Vibrating plates & belts for fat burning, how does it work?
I've actually never seen any of these companies attempt to explain why their products supposedly work. They typical just list the "benefits" and state that they are "scientifically proven". Typical weight-loss industry horse ****. Now for the real science. There was a review article in one of the bigger peer-reviewed journals (I can't seem to find it), that basically shot it down as a viable form of cardiovascular exercise. If I recall correctly, it burned approximately half as many calories per hour as cycling (not sure what the intensity of the cycling was). Several studies have shown a beneficial effect for the frail elderly, and it is being used in some places as a supplemental therapy for sarcopenia (severe muscle loss) and osteoporosis. I absolutely do not think the (minor) benefits are worth the risk though. Have you ever heard of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome aka White Finger? It's caused by exposure to vibrating machinery. Some factory and construction workers get it and it is not pleasant. Most of the scientific publications will also point out the risks of organ damage, intervertebral disc damage, and various neuropathies. Again, not pleasant. EDIT: I forgot to mention the theory of how it stimulates muscles activity. It's basically a neuromuscular effect. It's thought that the vibrations activate minute reflex activity in the muscles, causing them to tense. It is probably related to the tonic vibration reflex, though I only know that term in relation to Hand-Arm Syndrome, which I mention above, and cerbral palsy. It's sort of related to spasticity. Maybe start by looking into tonic vibration reflex. As for fat tissue, the vibration should have no effect.

Delores Delores
At this point, you'll probably have to buy a new VCR/DVD Recorder combo. I don't think you'll be able to get parts for a RCA VCR anymore - they haven't made VCRs for years.
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Cady Cady
no, yet I actually have an excellent field of stuff I even have taped while i replaced into youthful like wide-unfold shows, I plan to observe them returned sooner or later... I might desire to purchase a vhs in the previous they are extinct.
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Allyson Allyson
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