Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This Turntable is part of a Fisher Sterio stack system that I bought in 1984. It probably doesn't have 100 hrs of play time but when I tried to use the turntable now I find that it turns slow making the record drag so I ordered and got a new belt and when I put the new belt on the turn table it seems to bind and won't turn at all. When I take the belt off of the pully the platter turns freely? I put the old belt back on and the platter will turn but still turning too slow and makes the record sound terrible. Is there a chance that the set screw on the drive pully may be loose? I tried to use a 1/16 allen wrench on it to see if it was loose but I think it takes a 1/32 allen wrench? Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.
Most likely the grease in the whole system has started to stiffen or the motor is failing. This can be fixed. Try oiling the motor first. If that fails, I'd look at the motor driver IC as the most likely failing part.
Posted on May 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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