Question about Aiwa Audio Players & Recorders
I got it today. Tried to play a record and arm just slide accross the record.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Aiwa PX-E860 turntable
Don't understand. If it doesn't turn on, how do you know the electronics are ok? More than likely your transformer shorted, and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
See what type of cartridge is installed in the arm. Manufacturers use common cartridges in turntables, such as Stanton, Shure etc. Detach the head shell from the arm (it usually slips right off via a locking ring and four-pin mini plug) Look for the manufacturer and model number on the cartridge. No need to remove it from the head shell. On most modern cartridges, the stylus (as they are called, rather than the needle) simply slips off and on. No need to remove the entire cartridge (via screws) and re-align it. In fact, many DJs bring a set spare cartridges and styli on a gig, already mounted in head shells, and simply interchange them as needed. When you have the make and model of the cartridge, go to Radio Shack or use their website to order a new one...or two. Or go to Google and enter "phono stylus" as your search term. You will find reasonably priced styli for nearly every cartridge imaginable. I operate 50 year-old turntables and am able to find replacement cartridges and styli on line. Ebay also has a number of listings, by make and model of the cartridge. When the new stylus arrives, observe how easily the old one comes out of the cartridge- usually pull and slide - and slide the new one in. Re-insert the head shell on the arm, tighten the locking ring, and you're good to spin!
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
lift off the rubber platter, the turntable should just lift off but there may be a circlip to remove around the spindle if so use needle nose plyers.
When the turntable is off you should be able to see where the noise is coming from by using your fingers.
Only use light machine oil very sparingly
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Testimonial: "Might help to explain what we will see when we remove t'table.Found & oiled driver shaft but band fell off. I figured it out but others might not. Tx!"
Lift the platter off the turntable. You can identify the
motor spindle by using your fingers to turn the round shaft which rotates
freely. Remove the rubber mat off the platter. Place the belt around the outside
of the drum on the bottom of the platter.
From the top of the platter, place your finger in one of the platter
holes and tension the belt so it will not fall off or twist. Griping the
platter trough the holes while keeping tension on the belt place the platter on
the turntable aligning your finger with the belt to the motor spindle. Place the section of the belt on your finger over
the motor spindle. Replace the rubber mat on the platter.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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