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My Rotel RP-830 turntable drive belt is broken. Where can I get a replacement?

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It can be bought from most of the electronic spare part shops near to you. You must have the borken belt in hand as sample. it will help you to choose the correct replacement. OK.

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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You will need to gain access to the underside of the turntable to replace it.


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Check that your new belt is not too tight as this will slow the motor down as it tries to turn the platter. I would also suggest a little light oil (sewing machine oil is ideal - NOT WD40) on the motor spindle shaft where it goes through the motor itself it may be a little dry.

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There's a free downloadable manual at retrevo.com after you register.

It shows how to do it, sort of. I imagine the platter should just lift off which should expose the pulley and the driven part of the turntable. Make special note of which groove (top one) you route the new belt on for 33-1/3 rpm.

They don't mention it but you need to avoid touching the belt surface with your bare hands. Use cotton gloves.

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