Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need to remove the turntable in order to replace the belt. the turntable lifts slightly and then sticks. Is there a release button?
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If you are unable to find your turntable measure the nearest length, if you are unable to find the exact length (as belts stretch slightly with use and age) choose the nearest shorter length. To check drive belt length for most type full platter decks remove mat and lift platter off center spindle (remove circlip if fitted), turn platter over and measure the circumference of the drive hub and deduct 5-10mm to determine correct length and tension
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