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How do i replace the turntable belt on MTGA05

I have not tried anything. Will have to have my son do the fixing.

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    Lessie Fowler Dec 08, 2014

    This is an Anders Nicholson turntable, CD, cassette player, radio combination. Model MTGA05. Given to me still in the original packing, although several years old. Everything works except the turntable. The speeds are too slow leading me to believe the belt needs to be replaced. I'm guessing that it is belt operated.

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I'm sorry, but I don't know what a MTGA05 is. If it has a removable platter(by hand, lift off) you will have access to the belt. All depending on how stretched the original belt is, you may be able use the overall length of the old belt to approximate the correct length new belt. Be careful in your measurements. Too tight, or too loose a belt, can make your issue worse or better, depending on your choice.

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SOURCE: help need to replace beltplease help turntable

FAIRLY SIMPLE...

1) REMOVE THE PLATTER

2) WRAP THE BELT AROUND THE INNER CIRCLE FOUND ON THE BOTTOM SIDE OF THE PLATTER, THE BELT SHOULD FIT PERFECTLY....

3) PLACE THE PLATTER BACK INTO PLACE...

4) THROUGH ONE OF THE SPACES ON THE PLATTER, TAKE THE BELT AND PLACE IT OVER THE MOTOR WHEEL...THAT SHOULD DO IT.

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