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Belt came off

My belt came off and i have no idea how to put it back on Please Help! Ben

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Re: belt came off

Remove the rubber mat and you will see two holes in the turntable. Put your fingers in these holes & using equal force pull up to release the turntable. The drive belt goes around the metal disk you will see below and around the drive pulley. Most likely it has just jumped off the pulley so hook it back over. Replace the turntable and gently rotate it a couple of revolutions, you can see the belt through the holes in the turntable. If all is seated OK power up & enjoy! You can download the manual from the link below: This shows the procedure as per original install. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

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