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When i start my sl-bd22 turntable is making a noise as the plateau turns......how can I fix that? Other than that noise, which is a bit annoying, it is working good

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First check the belt it could be causing the problem (I assuming it's a belt drive as it looks like one). Next check for obstructions. If you lift of the matt you should get a view inside. Apply Silcone Grease to the spindle area. If still no luck, remove the bottom cover to gain a better view and see what's what. Again if you think it needs a touch of grease then apply it.

Posted on Jan 05, 2011

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This is a very common complaint about this unit but it is not a problem. The motor is run by a series of DC pulses. The motor is housed in a rubber holder/mount. As the units got older the rubber got a bit harder and more of the pulsing noise is transmitted to the frame. It is generally low and I never heard of any of this affecting the playing of the sound coming out of the turntable. Don't worry about it.

Posted on Nov 21, 2011

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And the part should come with instructions. Those guys are very thorough.

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