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Uneven speeds I am getting uneven speeds - speeds up then slows down at unpredictable times. Could it be the belt?

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  • es238906 Aug 06, 2008

    I have had this turntable for about four years now and I am having a multitude of problems. The drive belt consistently comes loose which makes playing records difficult (the needle refuses to stay on the record and it shuts off), also it speeds up and slows down during play, completely distorting the sound.

    I have gone through the steps to fix the drive belt that are offered on the sony website a multitude of times, yet I fear that it may need to be replaced.


  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    Belt looks ok, tryed adjusting motor helped alittle but sound varies..it sounds like its motor speed.I even put a rubber band on replacing the belt just to see if it would make any difference..not really..Sounds almost like its surging..but not consistant...????

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Belt came loose please help[

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