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Turntable will not spin. belt off. how to replace belt which I found loose under turntable

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If you can obtain a neoprene belt it is simple. first put the belt around the table inner bottom ring holding a little of the belt with a finger stretch it a little and put it around the drive motor and drop the bable onto the spindle and you are done..bye

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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.

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This picture is from the manual for a DP-29F, a similar belt-drive turntable:

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The view is through the rectangular hole in the platter you see with the turntable mat removed. This picture is from the setup section for a new turntable, so the ribbon tape won't be on your belt. But it shows how the belt should go around the drive roller (it's the shaft of the drive motor underneath). Other than the routing of the belt over the roller, there's nothing else to connect. If the belt is working correctly (hasn't stretched so it's too loose), the roller drives the belt which in turn spins the platter. If your turntable isn't turning, either the belt is too loose to transmit the motion, the drive motor isn't spinning, or something is binding and preventing the platter from turning.

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