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Technics SL-BD22 Turntable Motor

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Thank you for replying. You said that the motor is no longer available. So, I was wondering what Panasonic sells that they claim is the motor for this model turntable? Did Panasonic buy out Technics at some point? They have a picture of my turntable on their website and the part # that you gave the other person in September of 2007 matches the one that they are selling. I did find a couple of turntables for sale on various websites but I'd hate to have to buy them if I can just get a new motor for it. I'd hate to have to get a new one or a different model (I should say) because I like this one and I don't think there are any models out there that have pitch control on them. I really like that feature as some vinyl has to be adjusted for speed either way (usually slower) to sound correct. Anyway, thanks again for your help and please respond ASAP.

Brian Hosbach.

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Panasonic has always been the parent company of Technics. The Technics line was developed by Panasonic (aka Matsushita Electric) back in 1965. Today, the only the DJ arm of the Technics brand survives. The consumer Technics line (like your turntable) have all been discontinued about 10 years ago.

As for the motor, if Panasonic says they have it, grab it. Part number I show for it - #SDMB5E - $19.99

- OPTiC


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Unfortunately there are no parts available for your model, with the exception of the belt. Everything has been discontinued.

If it started working good after you reconnected it, then maybe the problem might be a loose connection, or a resistor that might not be working properly, which can be checked by any competent service technician. Resistors are generic components, so as long as it is the correct rating, your technician will be able to replace it. However, the motor, is a different story. Unless you find the exact same turntable and strip it for parts. If the resistors are good, then more than likely the motor is just dying, and again, this is no longer available.

Wish I could be of more help.

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