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Bush turntable mtt1 not going round

Turntable not going round I

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Replace the belt.

Posted on Jan 29, 2013

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SOURCE: bush MTT1 turntable - does it contain a pre-amp?

Yes, according to someone else online who owns one:

"It is a simple device (I have one)

33 or 45 rpm
Pre-amp on/off switch underneath.
Two leads out.
Arm up/down lever and slight speed control.
When the light are stationary due to strobe effect then the speed is right."

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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"It is a simple device (I have one)

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go to this site as if the belt came off it may have stretched in which case it will re-occur? http://www.needledoctor.com/Online-Store/Turntable the belt goes round the inner ring under the turntable platter and onto a little brass capstan on the motor. fit it on the capstan motor first then onto the inner ring on the platter. good luck.

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    • State the type of belt used (Flat, Square, Round).
    • Pinch both ends of the belt.
    • Measure the pinched length.
    • Multiply the pinched length by two (2x).
    • If the turntable uses a Flat belt, measure its width (usually 0.187").
    • If the turntable uses a Round or Square belt, measure its thickness.
    • Please include the make and model of the turntable with the belt's measurements.
  • If you do NOT have the turntable belt or it is shredded:
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You will need the following to connect this to that system:

1) Phono Pre-amp
2) 3.5mm to RCA adapter or 3.5mm 'Y' cable to RCA
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Your turntable will connect to the Phono Pre-Amp input. This pre-amp will also have an output. This output is RCA, from here you connect to your system using the 3.5mm adapter or cable.

That's it.

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