Question about Philips gemini TT-01 Turntable
Perhaps it's time to change the belt on your unit. If after you change the belt, you still have the same issue, then the problem might be with the motor itself. The motor itself is a relatively inexpensive part, around $20-30, and the labor should run in the 40min range - so you can get an idea of what it will cost. Hopefully it's an easy fix. Not sure where you could source the belt, but if you take off the old one, you should be able to match it up easily. Also, there should be a part number in the user manual, and instructions on ordering a replacement belt or at least a part number. FYI, belts generally run in the $5-15 range, and are user replaceable. Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 01, 2007
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