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MCS 6730 linear tracking turntable - Audio Players & Recorders

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I haven't gotten the answer yet, but a local stereo store pointed me in the right direction. Thanks anyway.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Changing the belt on a Technics SL-3 (Linear tracking) turntable

Instructions on installation of your drive belt - this also applies to other brands as well - however this belt is only for the Technics models listed above:

  1. Remove the turntable platter off from the turntable
  2. Remove the old/damage belt
  3. Wrap the new belt underneath the turntable platter - you will see a small lip on the bottom of the platter. Wrap the belt around this lip.
  4. Put the platter back on the turntable
  5. The turntable platter will have small holes, rotate the platter until you see the motor, and the motor shaft.
  6. Pinch the belt, so that it wraps around the motor shaft
  7. Turn on and enjoy!


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Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how do I replace the belt on my Realistic LAB-1500

Hi,
Getting Started

  1. Remove the rubber platter mat if your turntable uses one. Set it aside.
  2. Lift the platter straight up and off the center spindle to expose the turntable belt.
  3. Remove the original belt and check it for wear. Generally, a turntable belt doesn't slip unless it's damaged. If it is damaged, purchase a new one.
For a Two-Piece Platter Turntable
  1. Loop the replacement turntable belt around the cylinder located underneath the platter.
  2. Check that the belt is working properly by turning the platter clockwise two or three rotations. It should smoothly move along the motor pulley. If it doesn't, adjust it and turn it again.
  3. Replace the platter, and then carefully lay the rubber platter mat over it.
  4. Turn on the turntable and check it for correct movement. If it looks like it's working, play a record to make sure all is in order.
For a One-Piece Platter Turntable
  1. Loop the replacement belt around the cylinder located underneath the platter.
  2. Replace the platter carefully. One-piece platter turntables are delicate, and if you force the platter down or push it at an angle, you might damage the platter or spindle.
  3. Turn the platter so the hole in it lines up with the motor pulley.
  4. Pull the turntable belt and loop it over the motor pulley. Position it on the pulley groove to make sure it won't slip.
  5. Rotate the platter clockwise to make sure the belt is firmly in the pulley grove. Moving it two or three times ensures that it's in place.
  6. Put the rubber turntable mat back on the platter.
  7. Turn on the turntable. Play a record if it looks like everything is working to check the speed.

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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