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Opening the PL-Z81 box after standing packaged for quite some time -I saw that the turntable had come apart and that there were four pieces - a silver dish (the turn table) --the rubber mat that sits on top of that dish - a black frubber band and a small round black piece which I think perhaps might be for the large 45 rpm disks (?)--- My question is -- where inside the undercarriage of the turntable is that rubber band meant to go? Is there perhaps a diagram or schema available with specs showing where everything of the turntable goes? Thank you -

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Ok! On the main part of the turntable should be a spindle, not the one in the middle! That if you put your finger on will turn. This is the motor. On the underside of the silver dish should be a flange. Place the belt round it and put the platter on the center spindle (the one in the middle). If the platter has a hole in it, grab the belt and pull it, while rotating the platter till you can see the motor spindle. Attach the belt to that. Put the rubber matt on and try it out.
The black piece is for 45's with big holes in them (jukebox ones).
PS if the platter hasn't a hole you will have to put the belt on the motor spindle first and then around the flange (try not to pull the belt to much).
Also some turntables pass the belt via a leaver that lifts the belt up and down for 45 and 33 speeds, others just change the motor speed.

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