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I need to know how to release, then lift the platter on my Vector Research VT-280 turntable to replace the belt. Can you help?

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SOURCE: Platter Won't Turn - Magnavox MX 1910 Turntable

Drive belt may be out of position or broken. dismantle or remove cover and inspect.

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Look at spindle bearing in center of t-table. There is probably a small ring lock there holding the table. Use a pick or small screw driver to carefully remove this ring.

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