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You need to measure the diameter and thickness of the belt in mm. Please make a note of how the belt fits before removing it. You can search for the belt by putting the measurements into Google they don't have to be spot on!

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Intermittent faults are hard to solve. Some are caused by bad soldering. Most are caused by a faulty semi-conductor - transistor or IC, which sometimes overheats. If the noise starts up after playing the unit for a while, a hot part could be the cause. If the noise is in both channels then the cause is something common to both channels, perhaps the power supply. However some IC's have both channels going into them, so one of them could cause the problem.
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My cr249 model record player is turning on, but not spinning. it's been working fine until today, what do i do?


The chances are that the drive belt has either broken or come off the pulleys on the underside of the turntable platter and the motor.
You will need to access the underneath of the turntable to do this.
How you do so varies from one model to another - some you can just lift the top plate off the wooden base, others you will have to turn the whole thing upside down and unscrew the bottom.
With some turntables you lift off the rubber mat from the platter to expose a couple of little holes through which you can access the drive system.
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