Question about Pioneer Audio Players & Recorders
Whenever the arm goes to the record, it will set down on it. But it quickly lifts off and moves back to the rest, not playing a sound from the record.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is probably the belt. When a belt gets old it tends to stretch and/or get stiff. Listen to see if you hear the motor turning. If it comes on when you lift the arm, it is not the switch.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
If the new receiver doesnt have a specific input in back labeled "phono" , You WILL need a preamp for the phono. Then plug the preamp into the AUX or other available input
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: pioneer pl 990 turntable
Lift off the platter mat, then lift off the platter from the spindle - gently.
Underneath the platter is a sub-platter around which you place the belt - it should be held there by the stretch of the belt while you turn the platter back up the right way and place it back on the spindle.
Turning the platter by hand, you should see a small pulley come into view through one of the holes in the platter. You then stretch the belt slightly so that it slides over the pulley. Take care not to twist the belt while doing this.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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