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Motor for pioneer Pl 120 turntable

Hi folks, i have a pioneer pl 120 turntable which needs a motor but i've been told they're not made anymore,any ideas where i might get one

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I think what you have is a PL-12D, not a 120. If it is a 12D, a motor from a PL-A45D or a PL-10 will also work.

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Start with eBay, craigslist.org, perhaps local Goodwill store. It might be easier to just by another turntable that is not in fantastic shape but has a working motor...then swap.

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There are only three possibilities:
1) Find a scrap unit somewhere and salvage the motor.
2) Find an old Pioneer dealer that still has old stock lying around.
3) Get lucky and find one on Ebay.

Dan

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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