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Bush record player (1963) worked perfectly but today the turntable

Started squeaking and now it won't move at all. Is there a way to fix it?

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Check for any obstructions underneath the platter. Should be a removable black static mat and then the platter is visable. Check condition of the belt and replace if necessary. With the age of the unit you might have to order a belt by size rather than make/model. Check www.stylusplus.co.uk for parts. MM85

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