Question about Aiwa PX-E860 Turntable
Hello Bella, This is a belt driven turntable. Most likely, your drive belt has fallen off. It may be too stretched to stay on. To check this, remove the rubber platter mat. There should be holes in the metal platter, which if you rotate it, you will see the belt and the motor pulley. Remove the metal platter by grasping the holes. It should lift off. When the platter is off, try to slip the belt over the inside flat part of the platter. It should be snug. If it just falls off, the belt needs to be replace. For more information or parts, please go to my website, AUDIOSERVICECLINIC.COM. You can contact me through the website, and we can take this issue further if need be.
Thank you, Dave
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Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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