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RECORD PLAYER PLATE WILL NOT SPIN

I have a GE Transistor 600 record player that sometimes plays, I am trying to figure out how to remove the record changer from the unit. Itt seems there are two screws holding the unut to the case that tighten when I turn them in the counterclockwise direction. I can see between the record changer and case that the fastner is secured to these screws but will not release. Do you know how to solve this problem or where I can locate a service manual for this?

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  • aw4000 Jan 18, 2009

    The two balance screws have a metal fastned attached to the bottom of them. The balance screws protrudes the fastner which have an 1/4 " elongated opening, tapered in shape and the the metal is folded at a right angle, Do I need to push and force the fastner from the Screw in order to remove them?



    Thanks,



    AW

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Blast from the past. Those screws are balance screws. You have to work on it from the bottom. There is a belt that spins the assembly you will have to replace probably. Be careful though cause when you work on these they tend to drop out unexpectedly etc. Hope this helps.

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