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Record player Belt has come off my record player how do I put it back on?

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  • Angel12 Feb 21, 2008

    ok thank u the plastic mat does lift up will have a look at that

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Does the plastic mat lift up? if so there should be a hole where it can be slipped back on , if it fell off more than likely you will need to replace it and the table should pop off by lifting it up.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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