Hello, both ttx turntable when i hold the platter, stop and dosent turn alone i need to give it a slow push, plus on ocations, when i press stop and press again star dosent go ahead, need to push the platter, what can be the problem?
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Turntable Belt... Try to picture this, remove the c-clip holding
the platter to the center spindle. Remove the platter and turn it bottom
side up, place the rubber belt
around the platter and fix it to the little post sticking up on the
outer-edge surface. The little post holds the belt to the platter while
you turn the platter over and put it on so that the post points right
over the motor pulley. Turn the platter by hand either clockwise or
counter-CW and the belt will pop off of the post and land on the motor
pulley. One drop of oil on the center spindle for lube and fasten the
e-clip back on.
This is a drive issue. Unfortunately the TTX direct drive system isn't the greatest. It's good, but it's no Technics 1200. The only way to 'fix' this issue is to have a professional look at main circuit board to see if there are any components which are burned, or damaged in any way.
hiya fixya...well i just opted,,,to take the thing to the repairs.the conclution is that the"platter rotation sensor " had burned out.sent the deck off today.will let you know the outcome,to maybe pass on this info to other ttx 1 users for near future....thanks for your responce.quote 35 quid just to confirm problem...but deducted from final bill of??????.westend dj staff are very helpful indeed where i puchased them from in the begining.