Question about RCA Spirit Of St. Louis Radio/Cassette/CD Boombox
It was working fine until it finished side on of a record I was listening to. When I went back later to flip it over it wouldn't turn for some reason. I don't think the belt slipped because it hadn't been moved in the time I'd been gone.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Turntable won't turn
There is usually a cotter pin at the center of the platter around the spindle base. This can be removed with a screw driver using a twisting motion. There is a blades worth of space between the clip and the spindle base. Screw driver should be in vertical position. Sometimes the vinyl slip mat must be removed first. Watch that clip, cause it can go flyin. Once the clip is removed, the turntable should let go easily.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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