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The turntable in my whirlpool microwave has stopped turning. Is this repairable?


It could be the belt for the tray wheel is broken or the wheel gear. Google it and see if there's a belt or gear for the glass tray for your specific microwave.

Dec 03, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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The turntable isn't turning on one of our units and the cassette player isn't working on another. Where can they be fixed? Just bought needles for both.


My turntable quit and I found out it had a broken drive belt. Mine was easy to get into but can't buy a new one They don't make mine any more. I suspect your player could have a broken belt as well. I put mine in the garbage. No parts and going to cost more than new to repair.

Oct 23, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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My turntable dont have a belt and is spining to fast on 33/45 can you please help me.


It's a direct drive turntable. That means the platter is actually mounted directly to the motor spindle, and electronics control the speed of the motor -- no belt needed. Most likely the electronic speed regulator has failed or is out of adjustment. Take it to a repair shop and get an estimate on how much it will cost to fix it. Sometimes it's cheaper to buy a new one than it is to repair an old one.

Sep 30, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Why is turntable too slow?


If it's belt drive, the rubber drive belt may be slipping (look inside and see if you can detect slippage).....or if it's gear driven or direct drive.....I'd just let it run for an hour or so and see if it speeds up.

If not, and it's valuable, take it to a repair shop. If it's cheap....scrap it!

Jul 30, 2014 | Crosley CR6007A Turntable

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Making a grinding noise when turned on and the turntable does not rotate at all


sounds like a broken gear for the turn about.
you can remove the casing of the microwave and examine the bottom area where the gears and motor are located and see what parts need to be replaced.
the parts can be ordered at you local GE appliance repair shop. ( they might even have them in stock -- take the broken parts down to their shop with the make,model and serial numbers ).

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Feb 10, 2011 | GE Spacemaker JVM1640SJ Microwave Oven

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Cannot open cd area when I press 'open/close' button


There are two likely causes:
  1. a CD is not located properly in the tray and is causing the drawer to stick. Solution - try to very gently insert a very thin blade at the bottom of the CD tray and prise it open - but don't force it if it won't budge. If that doesn't work try sliding the blade in at the top of the tray to press the CD down.
  2. If a jammed CD is not the cause then it is likely to be the rubber drive belt that operates the tray has broken - they are not normally accessible so take it to a repair shop

Feb 09, 2011 | Crosley Conductor CR73 Turntable

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One of my turntables is spinning out of control, no reaction to pitch or RPM changes. What could this be?


Sounds like the motor control circuitry has a fault, beyond the effects of maintenance adjustments. Quite often, a transistor and perhaps other active electronic components are used to provide a stable calibrated voltage that drives the platter motor. If one of these components fails, the drive motor can be fed the larger unregulated supply voltage; hence, the out of control platter speed. This can happen to belt drive or direct drive turntables. Not so with the old rim drive units. Unless you have technical experience in this area, you should have a stereo type tech look at it. I'd avoid the high end audiophile type repair services. Shop around for an old school regular tech, and the repair should be relatively inexpensive. FYI, I've seen these hi end shops charge $50 or $60 for a turntable belt that should only cost around $20. If you feel the repair estimate is too much, you can find good used turntables at some stereo stores, or even at some thrift shops for a fraction of replacement cost. Depends on your standards.

Oct 06, 2010 | Gemini XL-400II Turntable

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I need to put new turntable belt on a Technics SL-B200


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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Jan 01, 2009 | Technics SL-1210 Turntable

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Sylvania stereo Model sc241w


Sounds like the belt broke off, if so, you must replace the belt with the proper replacement belt. If it is a Quartz Lock system, it will be very pricey to fix. If so, it's best you take it to a professional if it is a Quartz Lock system, they are very delicate systems and require careful repair.

Hope this helps!

Jul 13, 2008 | Technics SL-1200MK5 Turntable

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