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Turntable spins too slow!

I just bought a CR89 Traveler second hand and it spins too slow, I suspect it is the belt, I wanted tp know if that is the case, or if it could be something else. If it is the belt, I wanted to know how to get into it to check it. Thanks.

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    Mine doesn't always spin too slow...the speed varies. It wasn't too bad at first. Actually, the varying speed wasn't even noticeable. The only noticeable problem was a clicking noise. A very regular clicking noise, as if it clicked once every rotation. Recently I have noticed it is accompanied by a change in speed as well. It's a very annoying little problem. The platter won't lift up.



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There should be a connector on the spindle holding down the platter
remove it and the platter should just lift off exposing the belt

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