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Need to replace belt on my classic CSL1 turntable

Need belt for my turntable on my csl1 record player

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move the needle arm to the extreme right and the turntable will start spinning, this is the problem with the younger generation.....no skills!!!

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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SOURCE: record player turntable belt is slipping causing distorted sound

A new one might fix the problem, as they do tend to wear out, without breaking. Measure the diameter to get the size right, note also how it fits too.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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The belt will only need replacing if it breaks or falls off, or the sound has wow and flutter on it. It will not effect the sound level. First has the sound level gone down or is this the first time you have connected it to your amp?
If it is the first time, you need to check the amp has a 'magnetic cartridge pre-amp' built in. If you don't know look at where the turntable plugs in. If it doesn't say phono or record deck etc, then it most likely doesn't. In which case search on the net for one.
If the sound has gone bad then: (A) sound quality poor - change stylus. (B) sound level low change cartridge. A good test to determine it's the cartridge is to remove the wires to it. With your amp working touch them one at a time. You should hear a loud buzz on the right on one wire and and another buzz on the left on another wire. The other two wires should not produce any sound or little.
If you do hear the buzz then the cartridge is faulty, if not then either the amp isn't working or the connections between the two devices are faulty.

Posted on Nov 20, 2010

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Hi, we have all Kenwood belts in stock. What model do you have. Cheers John. Styluscity@gmail.com

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If you cannot obtain one from Kenwood, you can search the internet for a source

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The only action I can suggest is to replace the belt if it's a belt driven deck. Please make a note of how it fits before removing the belt. But why any record deck would treat a new record any different on one side than the other will be a mystery to any good engineer.
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Scott, the belt wraps around the bottom of the turntable platter, then put the platter back on your turntable, and you'll have to pinch back a section of the belt and wrap around the brass motor spindle. That's pretty much it!

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