Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
I have a kenwood music system, the turntable belt has come off, the model is a p-t400, help?
You must first get the platter off [the bit that you put the record on ]
this will prise off with equal pressure on both sides but remove the rubber mat on the platter first [it might have a little clip on the centre spindle if so just get a screwdriver and push the clip off ] then just jiggle the platter with your hands until it frees , when off you should see a small round disc thats connected to the motor that turns the platter via a rubber belt , you just connect the new belt around this and then connect the other end to the platter very fiddly , not being familiar with kenwood turntables i could be totally wrong here and the belt might go to another pulley in which case you might need more than one belt , your best bet is to get the platter off and let me know what it looks like
Posted on May 23, 2009
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