above is a generic video that applies to almost all belt driven turntables including yours that will show how to install the belt and a few other things. the website shown in the video lists your belt under the "find my player" button on the left side of that site. look for DAC-145A listing. your old belt or the belt path should measure about 30-31 inches or so.
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Sounds like the little motor inside the cd turntable keeps sticking, i have seen electronic motor do that from time to time, it might be worth having a go at pinching the side around the motor to try to loosen it a bit or completly changing it out.
Did you ever figure this out? My Cue/Play buttons have gotten to where they don't react half the time, which is very annoying. I took the screws out of the top plate, hoping it would just come off and then I could clean under the soft-touch buttons, but it didn't. I took the screws out of the side and was able to remove the enclosure, but didn't see an easy way to get to the buttons. (It looks like you have to remove the little "C" clips from the end of the axle which the jog wheels attach to in order to remove them). I just put it back together until I can find more instruction.
Sorry but I don't really have any advice on getting a needle for this turntable. I only know what I've worked on, and so far I've only worked on the belt. Looks like I'm going to have to work on the speed control, unfortunately, I'm not sure how that's going to work out.
Most if not all turntables would need to be connected to a PHONO INput which is high impedance with a high gain pre-amplifier stage. It will not work when connected to an AUX, CD or any line level inputs. Alternately, if your amp does not have any Phono Inputs, you can feed the turntable output to a preamp which can then be connected to any any line level inputs. An example may be found here or here. Additionally, there are some turntables with a built-in preamp.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.