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Technics sl d20


Hi, the platter on these can stick a little sometimes. Whist applying upward pressure to the platter tap the center spindle with a screwdiver handle and it should pop off. Cheers John. Stylus city

Feb 01, 2014 | Technics Audio Players & Recorders

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The turn table on my record player wont spin I can hear that it's on put wont spin.please somebody help


Your turntable belt is off. Remove the c-clip holding the platter to the center spindle. Remove the platter and turn it bottom side up, place the rubber belt around the platter and fix it to the little post sticking up on the outer-edge surface. The little post holds the belt to the platter while you turn the platter over and put it on so that the post points right over the motor pulley. Turn the platter by hand either clockwise or counter-CW and the belt will pop off of the post and land on the motor pulley. One drop of oil on the center spindle for lube and fasten the e-clip back on. Of courseicon1.png, the tone arm might not be actuating the power switch, you can address that with the platter off as well. Good Luck.

Oct 29, 2013 | Crosley CR249TA Turntable

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Display ilumination low


Internal components inside the box may have a weak ground in it and may need to be serviced or replaced

May 05, 2012 | Oppo Digital DV-981HD DVD Player

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Turntable does not function


Turntable Belt... Try to picture this, remove the c-clip holding the platter to the center spindle. Remove the platter and turn it bottom side up, place the rubber belt around the platter and fix it to the little post sticking up on the outer-edge surface. The little post holds the belt to the platter while you turn the platter over and put it on so that the post points right over the motor pulley. Turn the platter by hand either clockwise or counter-CW and the belt will pop off of the post and land on the motor pulley. One drop of oil on the center spindle for lube and fasten the e-clip back on.

Nov 01, 2010 | Seth Thomas Pacconi Turntable

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The turntable won't spin


Your turntable belt is off. Remove the c-clip holding the platter to the center spindle. Remove the platter and turn it bottom side up, place the rubber belt around the platter and fix it to the little post sticking up on the outer-edge surface. The little post holds the belt to the platter while you turn the platter over and put it on so that the post points right over the motor pulley. Turn the platter by hand either clockwise or counter-CW and the belt will pop off of the post and land on the motor pulley. One drop of oil on the center spindle for lube and fasten the e-clip back on. Of course, the tone arm might not be actuating the power switch, you can address that with the platter off as well. Good Luck.

Apr 10, 2010 | Crosley CR248 Turntable

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The belt is off and not sure how to put it back


OK this may sound funny but try to picture it. Remove the c-clip holding the platter to the center spindle. Remove the platter and turn it bottom side up, place the rubber belt around the platter and fix it to the little post sticking up on the outer-edge surface. The little post holds the belt to the platter while you turn the platter over and put it on so that the post points right over the motor pulley. Turn the platter by hand either clockwise or counter-CW and the belt will pop off of the post and land on the motor pulley. One drop of oil on the center spindle for lube and fasten the e-clip back on.

Apr 05, 2010 | Philco (R) Classic Turntable CD Shelf...

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Occasionaly a wide screen dvd plays only in full screen


The aspect ratio on your DVD player is not set correctly. Look for a SETUP button on the remote control, there should be something like "QUICK SETUP" or something similar on the setup menu, if not then go to the menu that has the aspect ratio settings listed. Change your aspect ratio to 16:9 WIDESCREEN, and this should solve your problem. Your aspect ratio is 4:3 which is for a regular TV, if the images (especially people) look real skinny and tall on your TV then your aspect ratio is not properly set. Good luck to you!

Jul 30, 2009 | Oppo Digital DV-981HD DVD Player

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