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Nad turntable when I switch the turntable on it some times revolves in the opposite direction. I switch off and on again then it goes in the correct direction. Also, how often should the rubber band be changed?

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The belt (aka rubber band) should be changed when it starts to slip
it is not whats causing the table to turn backwards. it's the motor or circut that drives the motor.

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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