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Turntable belt The turntable belt was off. It appears to be in good shape - plenty of stretch. However, it is too long to run between the middle of the turntable and the rotating post out of the motor. I'm sure that it suppose to go around something else but I can't figure out what it is.

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Re: Turntable belt

The Belt goes arond the Inside rime Of the Table as you do this you will see a Motor thru the Opening there should be a Guide there that keep the Belt stright,(Unless the Belt is Rubbery,And at which Point Go to PRB Belts and Order one

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