Question about RCA Chaplin 841.670 Shelf System
This is for ANY belt driven turntable.
The belt is usually directly beneath the platter (the part your record sits on). If you lift this up and out of the way there are two wheels, a small one from the motor ( less than 1" in diameter) and a larger one (usually more than double the size of the small one). The belt goes on around both of these. So the setup looks like a rubber band between 2 fingers...
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
The belt for the Sherwood ps1870 goes around the raised 'lip' on the underside of the metal plate. Put the plate back on then gently grab the belt through one of the large holes in the plate and move the plate around till you get to the small brass coloured turning knob (located towards the front left of center) and hook the belt around that making sure you have not twisted the belt. Put the rubber mat back on the silver plate and your good to go. Hope that made sense!
Posted on Jul 07, 2013
You mean like around the 2 fingers?
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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