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Lift the mat from the platter. Lift the platter off the spindle - it just pulls off upwards. Wrap the belt around the sub-platter underneath. If the belt is not stretched, it should stay there by friction as you replace the platter onto the spindle. Rotate the platter by hand until the motor pulley appears through the large hole on the front left hand side, and then gently pull the belt over the pulley, taking care not to twist it as you do so. Replace mat.

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I have a L-A21 turntable. T the end of the record the arm returns to the rest position for a moment and then goes back to center and on the way back drops about mid record. Is there something I can buy...


Had a look around the net and it seems you are not the only one with this problem. One of them found that it is connected with an internal gear that is not pushing the arm correctly. My best suggestion is that you go inside (probably from the underneath of the unit) and see how it does move the arm. You might see some damage or it might just need an oil.

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My JVC turntable has no plug, just a 10-13v lead


Probably as long it produces DC. However you will have to adjust the speed. As the unit was set for a certain voltage which wouldn't change. It will either go fast or slow depending on what the original voltage was. The speed adjuster will either be two presets one for each speed that could be located under the turntable base (covered by a sticker) or on the power board of the deck. Or they might be on the motor itself.

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Even if the belt looks fine it's almost certainly the problem. You mentioned "cleaning" - if you got any kind of fluid on the belt it might act as a lubricant and reduce the friction between the belt and the drive wheel, causing the turntable to slow when the tone arm puts a drag on it. The problem may go away when the belt dries out.

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Cannot get the platter cover off to change the belt on a l-a21 turn table . how do i do this?


Unplug from the mains power & the amplifier phono socket
To remove the plater: first remove the lid - then after securing the arm, FLIP the whole unit over onto the plater (perhaps resting it on your lap) then remove the all the black screws and the brass ones holding the rubber feet in place.
Inside you will find a tube (actually the "pit" for the spindle) undo the (awkward) retaining screw on the tube. At this pint the spindle is now free and would otherwise slide out onto your lap, so just redo all the screws in reverse order -in particular don't forget the Earth wires.
Then holding onto the turntable and plater - flip the unit back over.
The plater will now lift out freely, taking care to unhook the belt from the drive capstan/motor (on the top left) keep hold of the belt with your two fingers (as you have already lifted off the slip matt ) let the old belt slip free and place the new one on the Flange remembering to hold with two fingers as before. the spindle will slide back into the "Pit" (ensure that the bearing has not fallen out) still holding the belt in place hook it over the capstan and under the speed changing device. Try rotating the plater a few times to ensure nothing is trapped untoward, then replace the slip matt.
Re insert Phono lead and then mains power plug.
Place side one of "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" on turntable and enjoy :)

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How to lift up the JVC L-a21 platter for changing the belt? Thank you in advance.


I am not familiar with this exact turntable, but on most belt driven turntables, the platter should simply pop off. There are usually holes in the platter once you remove the rubber mat. Put your fingers in the holes and pull up while pressing down on the center spindle, and the platter should pop off. Sometimes you have to put on a little force to get it to come off.
The holes in the platter are to allow you to attach the new belt to the motor spindle once you put the platter back on with the new belt.

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where can I get an 11V -13V DC adaptor to power JVC turntable AL-E300?


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JVC L-A21 turn table belt installation


Lift the mat from the platter. Lift the platter off the spindle - it just pulls off upwards. Wrap the belt around the sub-platter underneath. If the belt is not stretched, it should stay there by friction as you replace the platter onto the spindle. Rotate the platter by hand until the motor pulley appears through the large hole on the front left hand side, and then gently pull the belt over the pulley, taking care not to twist it as you do so. Replace mat.

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I have just fixed this problem on my Aiwa PX3800 with improvisation.
The platter was rotating too slowly, I didn't know how much too slow only that the records sounded wrong.
I imagined the belt, motor and platter as a bicycle gear and so simply increased the gear... I achieved this by winding a thin strip of a electrical insulation tape around the motor head to increase it's radius (like changing up to a larger front cog on a bicycle gear).
I could then time the rotations and remove a layer or two of the tape accordingly until I have achieved a perfect 45rpm. 33 is still way out but I only listen to 45s!
Be sure to trim excess tape from the motor head with a craft knife/scalpel or it'll stick to the platter.
Poor man fix up.

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JVC AL-E300 Turntable


More than likely your motor might be bad. There is nothing else that controls the speed. Are you sure you purchased the correct size belt? Turn on the unit, without connecting the belt, and touch the motor shaft, and see if it fluctuates. You can also just get a marker, and marker a point on the motor shaft. When you turn it on, it will act as a visual indication as to it's speed.

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