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Magnavox Model 2P3602 - Turntable will not turn

I have inherited a Magnavox console stereo (model 2P3602) from my grandparents. They bought it new in 1968. The radio works great, but the turntable will not spin. Appears to not have any belts, as we were expecting to find when we took the back off.
Any suggestions? Any thoughts on what we should look for or do? Thank you!

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  • bradanderson Jan 27, 2009

    Thank you! I think through much cleaning and some WD40 we have gotten it to turn now. So if we can keep it running, it appears now we are probably in need of a new needle.
    Appreciate your comments!!!! Thanks!

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This is a DIRECT DRIVE turntable (no belts) you are going to have to replace the drive motor (if you can find one!)
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