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KX-W6050: How to disconnect the cable of the tape deck(s) from the motherboard? Do I need a special extraction tool?

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SOURCE: taperecorder no "foreward" or "backward" run ( and a "start" problem

It will be one of the drive belts , its better to get a repair shop to replace both belts , i have tried replacing belts myself and they are fiddly and time consuming , if you keep playing it the way it is you will damage the motors that turn the belts

Posted on May 23, 2009

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you are just have to spray in the connector with WD40 or something like that and keep trying and turning the tool to different positions to make sure you hit the locks.

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you can get a special socket but a normal spanner will suffice

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The whole basket isn't all that great to take off....but if you are just changing the clutch plates, you won't need to remove the basket. There will be an outside pressure plate holding them all in there, usually 5 bolts hold that down (those 5 bolts also have the clutch springs under them) Pull that off, and inside there will be the part that your clutch pushrod moves to release tension on the plates (sorry forgot the name of it right now) make sure that when that comes off, that you don't lose the ball bearing behind it. Goodluck.

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1. Check to see if a tape is jammed inside (see 284 Extract a Jammed Videotape).
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Example of the special radio removal tool

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Exploded view of the radio mounting and wire connections. Note the rear support and the bracket that it attaches to

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. On 1991-92 models, remove the finish panel from around the radio assembly.
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To remove the radio, insert the removal tool prongs into the release clip access holes (arrows)

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Push in approximately 1 inch (25.4mm) to release the retainer clips, then pull straight out to remove

3. Insert the radio removal tool T87P-19061-A or equivalent, into the radio face.

4.Press in 1 inch (25.4mm) to release the retaining clips, then using the tool as handles, pull the radio out of the instrument panel.

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Disconnect the antenna ...

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... and the electrical wire harness plugs from the back of the radio


  1. Disconnect the antenna and wiring connectors from the radio.
To install:
  1. Connect the wiring and slide the radio into the instrument panel. Ensure that the rear mounting bracket is engaged on the mounting track in the panel.
  2. If removed, install the finish panel
  3. Connect the battery cable.
  4. Check the operation of the radio.

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