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Need a new belt

I bought a Stanton T52 Turntable, but I need the belt. I've done a few searches but haven't had much luck. Where can I find a belt replacement?

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The best I can suggest is that you measure the diameter of the belt in mm and put that into google search with the words "turntable drive belt". Hopefully something should come up! I would suggest contacting Stanton, but I couldn't find the website for the company, so that might be a waste of time, but if you want to try have a go!

Posted on Mar 15, 2014

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You look at the cartridge, determine its make/model number if visible and web search for that with 'replacement stylus'. There is no way we can tell what is installed on it.

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I bought a Stanton T.52 turntable, but I need a belt. I've done some searches but can't seem to find anything. Where can I buy a belt?


Stanton is a hell when it comes to parts, just via a dealer is the best solution. But have you first tried to get the grease and dirt of this belt? and offcourse the poulies (round metal or plastic it spins on)degreasen. Do you use a clampweight or so..? Kind of waste of money and don't forget that the motor in this pricerange ain't a strong one is, which spins at a perfect 33, the st.150 is also cheap built and if you go for the music quality i recommened pro-ject or rega. Those have nice beginner hifi tables with a way better arm for 400 euro's new and pro-ject has the option to upgrade it , by give them the arm you use and buy the more expensive/better one for way less. And those sound way better then a stanton. The needledoctor.com sells a lot gear http://www.needledoctor.com/Pro-Ject-Debut-Carbon-in-Light-Grey?sc=2&category=352. but this table comes included 2mred , which i also have, but your records needs to be real clean, so i use them seldom:). And i have checked the side where i sometimes buy vestax gear, but yours wasn't between them. Just go to a dealer and they get one for you or check ebay.
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