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 Post subject: Norelco NT 1 belt replacement
PostPosted: Apr Wed 07, 2021 10:55 pm 
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Long shot here ...
I'm trying to replace a belt on a Norelco NT 1 dictation machine. Before I tear anything up, how does it come off the drive pulley opposite of the motor ?

I have worked on many many machines in my past but never a NT 1. No service docs. available anywhere that I can tell so I'm out of guesses.

Any help is appreciated!


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 Post subject: Re: Norelco NT 1 belt replacement
PostPosted: Apr Thu 08, 2021 5:20 am 
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did you check elektrotanya? they seem to have things when nobody else does.

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 Post subject: Re: Norelco NT 1 belt replacement
PostPosted: Apr Thu 08, 2021 12:49 pm 
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Some photos would not only help, but are required ;-) ... unless you happen to stumble upon a tech that worked on hundreds of these decades ago.

Some of these things are quite the puzzle. My advice is to take a lot of pictures, and don't lose any snap rings lol.

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 Post subject: Re: Norelco NT 1 belt replacement
PostPosted: Apr Thu 08, 2021 10:22 pm 
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Thanks to all who at least gave this post a read.

The belt clearance is gained by moving the spring like (reed) keeper on the arm of the support that holds the drive wheel. The wheel drops down enough with light pressure to pass the belt through to the other side of the arm for re install.
I have about 5 unique designs in this Norelco/Phillips micro cass. format. Starting in 1965 until some time in the 80's they were all made and probably designed in Austria. The NT 1 is quite a fine design with a metal chassis and compact electronics.


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