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How to stop noise from technics sl-j11 belt drive turnable

Annoying 'rubbing' wear noise when playing record (especially 33rpm which also seem to play 'slow')

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SOURCE: record player belt

Scott, the belt wraps around the bottom of the turntable platter, then put the platter back on your turntable, and you'll have to pinch back a section of the belt and wrap around the brass motor spindle. That's pretty much it!

Good luck.

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SOURCE: Tone arm cueing problem on Technics SL-BD27.

the auto stop mechanism needs adjusting

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you install the belt in a Technics LP SL-B300

assuming that you have the correct size belt, remove the platter and place the belt onto the platter (bottom side). Replace the platter and using a pencil, grab the belt and place it around the motor hub. The slot in the platter should give you enough room to do this. Dan

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: technics sl-b303

Try this company for help?

service<remove>@turntableneedles.com

they have a help line and may be able to assist you?

Note; take the <remove> bit from the link to email them?

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Technics SL-J1 turntable drive belt

Hello Cliff,
You will need 2 belts, if the turntable belt is gone the other is not far behind . One for the turntable size 23.6 inch by .188 and one for the tracking motor that is in the top cover part, is a 3.0 inch by .046 belt. best place to get them is at kenselectronics.com part numbers 1407-201 and AV-SBS3.0 if you have been checking around you will see other sizes, I have a SL-J1 and have used these and they work perfectly.
Tony

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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