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Belt Replacement? the belt has come off of the gears and I was wondering how to put it back on.

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  • Sadiekbrown Jan 29, 2008

    The belt fell off of my Sony PS-

    \lX250H turntable during shipping. How do I replace it? Thanks

  • harlowblue Apr 05, 2008

    I read the solution to put the belt back on and I've put it back on and it stays on when I spin the plate manually but it comes off the second I put a record on. How can I get the belt to stay on? Why does it keep coming off?

  • Anonymous Jun 28, 2008

    Same problem. seems like half of the explanation is being left out here? Anyone with a real solution?



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Ahh! same thing happened to me during a move. quite frustrating, but a simple fix: remove the plate and look at the underside. here you'll see a ring around it, place the belt around that ring. there are 5 holes total, one small in the center, two larger ones to the side, and two rectangular ones on the edge. as you're putting the plate back onto the player, grab the belt through one of the rectangular holes and place that part of the belt around the cylindrical moving post to the upper left the same time as you put the plate back in place. it sounds confusing, but it's simple, i swear. let me know if i can clarify anything for you.

Posted on Jul 07, 2007


Ain't the internet great?!

Posted on Apr 25, 2008


Wow, you made my day! I had the same problem on this exact model I just bought at a yard sale and came to this site to see the original posts and the solutions to getting the belt on. Thanks!!!

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

Excellent advise Dnorris. Worked a treat and so simple. Just in time for NYE. Nice one.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

That's too easy. I was trying for a long time to somehow thread the belt drive through the inward turns but you thread it on the inside of the metal removable turntable itself! Thanks for the post and website.

Posted on Sep 12, 2007

Well I feel now i just feel stupid. Thanks Dude!

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

Thanks, same thing happened to me. It was an easy fix.

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Thanks so much for the help... I have been searching on how to fix the same problem.. I'm good to go! Thanks!

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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