Question about Marantz Reference TT-15S1 Turntable
Pulled my turntable out of storage (8 years+-) and now the ant-skating is pulling hard enough on the arm that clicking the cue sends the arm to mid record. I have turned down the anti-skating and that gets me mid record, in its normal setting it goes straight to the middle of record.
Is there a procedure for opening them up and adjusting the tension on the anti-skating down?
Hi, sounds more like tje stylus tip is gone and therefore the needle isn't holding to the grooves rather than a tracking weight or anti skate problem. Styluscity@gmail.com
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
Hi, take a WD40 spray it gently on the part of the mechanism..
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As you Marantz 6025 is a belt drive type turntable, the most possible problem is that the belt has been cut or destroyed. You can check it out before order a new one.
Here is the replacement procedure. Pull up the rubber mat, pull up the platter and find the belt. If the belt is removed from the platter, replace it with the glossy side outward. Pull the platter back at the original position. Turn until one of the 2 big openings come over the motor pulley. With your finger place the belt from the platter at the motor pulley. Pull the rubber mat back. You are ready. Here is a schematic for all the above:
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Posted on May 13, 2010
My Marantz 6110 wasn't working right. I had it repaired at a stereo store. They told me the grease was old and had hardened which made it difficult to operate the way it was supposed to. They cleaned it and used new grease. It's been working great for the last 10 years. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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