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The belt fell of the gears on my turntable.

The belt came off and i don't know the path you're suposed to put it back on.

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Hi dont know the model but normally like so:
Take the platter of the turntable, it should just lift of, but there could be a circlip in the middle that needs to come off first. Just lift the mat first.

Place the belt back onto the platter first, should see where it goes, then put the platter back on. There are holes in the paltter which you can then grab the belt and pull it over the motor spindle.

Hope that helps

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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