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Belt Loop I recently, on accident, removed the belt from it's place. Now I can't seem to figure out how to get that back on properly so I can play records again...

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Hi, If you take the platter (The Silver Wheel) off you will find that you will have a little tiny motorised wheel, you need to wrap the belt around that little wheel aswell as fitting it aroung the platter. Hope this helps.

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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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HOW DO I CHANGE THE BELT ON THE FANTOM® THUNDER® AND FURY®? a.gif fantombeltchange1.jpg
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f6516ed.jpg the front panel comes off, to access the drum without removing bearings etc, and the belt can be placed easily, around the drum and motor pulley.
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