Question about Crosley CR248 Turntable
Posted by Anonymous on
Put your ear to the turntable platter in the on mode. If you can hear a motor spinning sound and no rotation you have a slipped or broken belt.
Remove the rubber matt from top of the turntable platter and now while slowly rotating the platter look through cut out in the metal, at one point you will see a motor spindle and a belt. Feel the tension of the belt , it should be wrapped tight round the pulley.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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