Moved recently, pluged in turntable and didn't work. noticed belt was off and put it back on, still didn't work. turned it upside down and opened it up to look for a fuse and couldn't find one. I need help
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Re: does not turn on
Have you checked to see if the motor at least turns. The motor is where the belt wraps around and causes it to turn. If you have absolutely no power, then your transformer might have shorted, and will need to be replaced. Most transformers are generic, so as long as it is the correct size, and rating, you'll be fine.
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It's likely the belt has slipped of and probably needs replacing. You can do this yourself. It will be found under the turntable matt. The trick though is fitting it back on. But you might find the instructions on-line (enter the model number into google search). Some people have even put YouTube video's on how to replace the belt on popular turntables.
Hi. Yes you can replace the belt yourself. Lift the rubber mat off the platter and notice the two rather large holes in the plater. Put your thumb and forefinger through the holes and pull the platter oof the turntable unit. Place the platter upside down and notice the inner rim which holds the belt. Place the new belt around the inner rim and replace the platter onto the unit. Now, with tweesers, working through one of the large hole, pull the belt onto the spindle motor. Once on, spin the platter by hand and make sure the belt does not slip off. Hope this helps
Sounds to me like the bellt has slipped off. To replace, lift the platter off the table. On the inside of the platter you will notice a second ring, or rim. the belt should be put on the outside of the second rim while the platter is still in your hands. Next, slide back the platter and look for the spindle running the platter through one of the big holes in the platter. Slip the belt onto the spindle and turn with your hand to make sure it runs freely. Hope this helps
as the belt sliped from the turntable you must replace it with new one.if upside down turntable you can see marking of belt on it.just put a new belt on turntable keep it on center.remove top rubber pad you will see three or one big hole on turntable from where you can see the belt turn that hole so you can see motor pully just hold belt by a screwdriver and pull it on motor pully.
This should be straightforward. Take off the slipmat and lift off the turntable (platter) and you'll see there is a rim on the underside of the platter this is where the belt goes.
Put the belt round that rim and you'll notice a couple of holes in the platter itself. Hold the belt through one of these holes and put it back on the tunrntable while taking notice of the motor position on the deck.
When the platter is in place (still hold belt) and move the platter to the position of the motor pulley and slip it on. Manually turn the deck once or twice to make sure it is in place - DONE! Replace the slipmat.
Hi There. If the belt falls of the platter, it might be an indication that the belt has stretched and is now too large. Or maybe it just fell off for any other reason. Remove the rubber mat, and pull upwards on the platter to remove it. Sometimes there is a small "C" clip on the center spindle that has to be removed first. (use a small flat screwdriver to remove) Turn platter over, and put rubber belt around diameter ring on underside of platter. It should be snug, and not fall off when you turn platter over. Put platter back onto turntable, and spin by hand until you see the motor shaft through one of the holes in platter. With a pair of tweezers - or crochet hook, put belt over shaft. You're done. Put back rubber mat and give it a try. Good luck, Fred PS: If there was a "C" clip, you can re-install it - or throw it away.
the belt is at the button of the turn table.
lock down the turn table and turn the turn able upside down, unscrew the 4 screws and open the button plate. you may need to get a new belt. make sure it is the right size.(that may be a difficult, now a days).
01- Remove the rubber cushion.
02- Remove the Turntable Platter
03- Place your drive belt around the ridge inside the platter
(Make sure that it is not twisted)
04-Place your Turntable Platter back on the unit
05-rotate your platter until you can see a brass knob through one of the round holes in the turntable. (Your belt must be placed around the brass knob) The best way is to take a toothpick and carefully slide it under the drive belt and then pull it out enough that you can place it around the knob. I had the same problem and the above works. If you still have problems getting it back on contact me 352-377-1828......