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How do I replace the belt on my JVC turntable?

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  • mikeflowers Mar 16, 2008

    The platter won't lift off?

  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2008

    Solution offered not worth much. The problem is the PLATTER DOES NOT LIFT OFF LIKE MOST TURNTABLES. So specifically, does anyone know how to remove this turntable??

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The trick is to lift up on the platter (tothat metal on metal feel that you had) while simtaneously "lightly" tapping on the top of the shaft with a hammer. Trust me it will work as just changed my belt.
Hope that helps.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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JVC L-A10: Replaceing belt - Sorry for the delay, but only just found out myself. Do not try to take off a turntable by tapping of hammering. Turn the turntable over to its side or back and undo all the screws underneath that hold the top to the base. When open you will notice the base of the spindle underneath, there is a very small phillips head screw holding the spindle in place - loosen the screw and the platter will pull out. Then you can replace the belt and put everything back together.

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Here is the belt type:

http://www.turntableneedles.com/browseproducts/23.6-Inch-Flat-Belt--Medium.html

Most turntables - lift off the platter - remove the old belt - clean running surfaces - stretch new belt around bottom flange of platter - either thruough a hole in the platter or just holding the belt pinched loop the belt around the motor drive spindle or pulley and lower the platter onto the centre bearing.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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