Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Need a schematic. I want to see if it takes a belt.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Through the 2 holes on the platter, lift the platter up. Take the belt, flip the platter over, and stretch it around the center ring. Flip the platter back over and turn to so one of the holes is over the spinning motor. With your finger or with a blackstick, stretch it back onto the motor head.
Also check the belt for wear....that should do it.
Keep me posted.
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
length approx 30mm shorter than old one, knock out pin on shaft to take platter off.more often than not the motor runs slow after repair,if its a round style ac motor htey cant be fixed.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
SOURCE: turntable belt is off.
Under the felt of the turning platter section, there should be two rather large holes. Insert your thumb and forefinger and pull the table off. You should also see where the existing belt is running. Insert new belt around the motor first and replace the table section. Now, through the two holes, manouver the belt onto the table section until it spins freely
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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