Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If the belt if too tight or too loose, or if the pullies are not aligned correctly this will happen. Align both pullies correctly and check the belt tension.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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The chances are the rubber drive belt
has either broken or stretched so that it has fallen off the drive
You will need to gain access to the
underside of the turntable to replace it.
With most turntables the process will be
to secure the tone arm (a rubber band will do the trick) before turning the
whole thing upside down and unscrewing the base.
Replacement drive belts are easily
available on the internet. Search by make and model number of your turntable
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