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SOURCE: JVC AL-E300BK manual

Hello, I have the same problem as you, did you find the good adapter? Thks!

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What power supply do I need for a JVC AL-E300BK turntable?


That label on the lower right of your photo shows the polarity connections. It looks like the (+) is on the inner connector and the (-) is on the outer or shell. You need a 12 volt power supply of at least 1 amp rating. You can buy a power supply from radio shack that will have different plugs so you can choose the one that fits. Just make sure the polarity is set correctly. If your not sure bring the turntable into radio shack and ask him for a power supply for it.

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Even if the belt looks fine it's almost certainly the problem. You mentioned "cleaning" - if you got any kind of fluid on the belt it might act as a lubricant and reduce the friction between the belt and the drive wheel, causing the turntable to slow when the tone arm puts a drag on it. The problem may go away when the belt dries out.

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Hello, I have the same problem as you, did you find the good adapter? Thks!

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http://www.archive.org/details/Turntable_Belt_Installation

archive.org above has a video about how to do it. The general method shown applies to just about any turntable including your JVC

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