I pulled this aiwa px-e860 out my garage...its seems that the belt snapped off....i dont really know alot about turntables...so is there a special belt for this particular turntable...Also, the motor spins when plugged in...so I assume the electronics are in working order...
There are zillions of belts out there. I hope you still have the broken one which will give you the profile of a new belt. Measure the diameter of the sub-platter under the platter. The belt you need well be a slight stretch fit. Then, with the platter back in place, slip the belt over the motor pulley making sure it is not twisted.
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The liely cause of the slow speed problem is the belt. Your turntable is belt driven, like components in your car's engine compartment. As the belt ages, it can begin to slip. Replacement of the belt will probably restore the speed once again. The PX-E860 turntable has been discontinued. There are parts, such as the belt, that are still available. How much longer these parts will be available for remains unknown. If you like the the turntable, you should consider purchasing several belts as the next time you need one, they may not be available or may cost much more.
One source for replacement belts (there may be many others, ie: eBay):
You might also need a manual to direct you as to how to go about changing the belt. The manual is a free (after registering) download below:
Merely take off the horseshoe clip from spindle(under rubber) and remove turntable. Put the belt around the circular raised area in the middle of the platter and reinstall platter over spindle. align one of the holes in the platter with the brass spindle and just pull belt around spindle. Good luck...
above is a generic video that applies to almost all belt driven turntables including yours that will show how to install the belt and a few other things. the website shown in the video lists your belt under the "find my player" button on the left side of that site.