Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Stereo is fully functional except for turntable problem. Broken belt?
If you lift up the mat of the deck you should see a large whole in the platter. Rotate the platter by hand and you should see if the belt is attached or not. If broken then take out the remains of the belt and measure the diameter of the belt in mm. Put that into Google with the words "turntable drive belt" and you should find a match. You might also have to look up how it's fitted.
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The reason why the audio is low, is that todays receivers do not have a phono input, and these types of inputs are differant then the ones of today. You will need whats called a phono preamp, and one should still be available from Radio shack. Or you can go here to find out more about them: http://www.phonopreamps.com/ To reseat the belt, take off the rubber mat on the turntabe disc. Install the belt around the inside ridge, there should be a couple of holes on the platter disc. Install the patter back onto the center spindle. Turn the platter around till you see the motor pully through one of the holes in the platter. Take the belt that is around the turntable platter, and pull it over to the motor pulley. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 15, 2007
The mechanics in your arm postion is throwing the switch. A mechanical postion switch has sliped out of postion, a arm from the toner arm post has moved to an encorrect postion, or if your turntable has a multi-album play abilty your 'next to play record' post postion sensor switch is out of postion. Last or first is your belt could fool ya. Your belt may have a weak spot on it in turn no friction underload.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
The belt goes underneath the turntable platter. First you attach to the lip on the bottom of the turntable platter, then you put the platter on the turntable. You'll see some holes on the platter, after you put it on, just rotate the platter, until you see the motor shaft, then pinch the belt around the motor shaft.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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