Question about Teac Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your best bet is to get a good quality switch contact cleaner to clean all the contacts on the speed control switches.
I guess the contacts inside the switches will have corroded slightly with your turntable having been stored in the garage.
Posted on May 16, 2009
Lift the platter off the turntable. You can identify the
motor spindle by using your fingers to turn the round shaft which rotates
freely. Remove the rubber mat off the platter. Place the belt around the outside
of the drum on the bottom of the platter.
From the top of the platter, place your finger in one of the platter
holes and tension the belt so it will not fall off or twist. Griping the
platter trough the holes while keeping tension on the belt place the platter on
the turntable aligning your finger with the belt to the motor spindle. Place the section of the belt on your finger over
the motor spindle. Replace the rubber mat on the platter.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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