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Fisher turntable mt 6410 removal

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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  • davidod May 08, 2008

    the mt 6410 fisher turntable does not have a ring lock in order to get the platter off

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Look at spindle bearing in center of t-table. There is probably a small ring lock there holding the table. Use a pick or small screw driver to carefully remove this ring.

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