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Help need to replace beltplease help turntable

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Remove the turntable platter. Put the belt on the bottom of the platter. Put the platter back on, and then rotate the platter until the opening aligns with the brass motor shaft. Pinch the belt off the platter, so you can wrap it around the brass motor shaft.

Turn on and go!

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