ianthepostie asked for some pictures of inside the Sanyo MGP600D so here they are. Years of sunlight have aged this one badly. The back is the colour it all was when I got it. I like the pattern inside the cassette compartment which is so 80s. This was my main personal stereo throughout the 1990s. As described before I bought it at an Amateur Radio Rally as a faulty customer return. The only fault was that the metal shield on the right had moved and stuck itself on the pulley. Before the days of Ebay you used to get companies bringing loads (sometimes literally a lorry load) of stuff like this to Radio rallies to offload as spares or repair. Annoyingly you never got the battery cover. I presume that was some arrangement with the manufacturers to stop people selling them as new after repairing them. Belt change is incredibly easy for this one. Just unscrew the back and the belt is right in front of you waiting to be changed. It is a standard cassette recorder type belt (1mm?) rather than being one of the ultra thin ones used in later personals stereos. Annoyingly I didn't have one the right size so have ordered a pack of mixed sizes.