I have a Magnavox recordplayer/am-fm radio/cassette player-recorder system. Model number: AS305M 3701 Serial number: 39005922
manufactured Oct. 1994. The turn table is slipping because the turn table goes slower than the speed you put it on for playing the records. It is belt driven. I would like to know where I can buy a belt for this so I can get this operating like it should. We have gotten many years use out of it and hope to get many more. We were able to just recently find needles for it and were so happy to hear our records again but it has started acting strange. Your help would be appreciated on where we can get parts for this. Thank you in advance.
Look at websites that sell Dj equipment.......search for places that sell technics turntables for DJs......and make sure they also have belt driven models like stanton turntables......if they do, then they might have the belt that you need. if they don't then they can probably order it for you or know where you can get the belt from!
if you wind up getting a new turntable, go with a direct drive model....they don;t have that problem as there are no belts!
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It's likely that the belt has slipped. It will need either a replacement or repositioning (assuming it's a belt drive model). I can't be more accurate as there is no model number. You can find how to replace the belt on YouTube. They might even have the same one as yours, if you put in the model number there.