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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here are some in-depth instructions.
Turntable-belts generally go from the spindle motor to the underside of the platter. The platter, or table tray, is the metallic structure which supports the record. After taking the platter off the turntable, a pretty self-explanatory process, look for the only large, circular "lip" on the platter's backside and wrap your belt around it. Make sure the band is flat, not twisted. Put the platter back in its original place and, working through one of the holes in the platter, pull the turntable belt to the far side of the spindle motor.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
above video should help. if your platter is "stuck" then call them for tips. also make sure it does NOT say "direct drive" on the front of the unit.
presuming you are talking about the SL-H350 as in the body not the SL-DZ1200 as in the title
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