Question about Denon DP-29F Turntable
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Denon DP-29F belt is loose
please not this is when first set up but may help
• The drive belt is fitted under the platter. When assembling the
player, please handle the drive belt with care.
• Remove all packing materials attached to the tone arm, except
that on the stylus, and then open the dust cover and assemble.
Remove the stylus cover after assembling.
Hold the platter by the holes at its outer surface, and
then carefully lower the platter so that the center
spindle enters the center hole.
Rotate the platter until one of its outer openings is
aligned with the driving roller. (Refer to illustration.)
Gently grasp and pull at the ribbon tape of the drive
belt that is would under the turntable, and then
extend the belt around the driving roller. (After
attaching, remove the ribbon tape.)
In order to make sure that the drive belt has been
correctly fitted, slowly rotate the platter 3 or 4 turns.
Place the rubber mat on the platter.
IMPORTANT! Please Check.
Check that the drive belt and ribbon tape have been attached
under the platter. Grasp the ribbon tape as shown in the
illustration to the left, and extend it onto the driving roller.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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