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SOURCE: The turntable on my Dual

Since you don't hear the motor it means that it's not rotating. You need to find out why.
When you remove the platter you will see the mechanism and the electric components an d some of them can be tested using a simple voltmeter. You must verify them in this order:
- the power cable- that power is indeed reaching the power switch.
- the switch- located on then arm shaft - that it actually engages when the arm is moved
- the regulator board - that it's still connected and powered
- the motor itself - that its coil is continuous and the power reaches it.
Find the part that no longer transmits the AC power and replace it. If the motor itself is powered but it still doesn't turn then it's faulty - finding a replacement one will be difficult.

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