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Like most turntables, you have to strip the top of the platter of it's covers to get to what is holding the spindle in place. The cover might be held with glue. So you just have to force it off. You can glue it back after you have done. I suspect the spindle will be held by a horseshoe clip. Again another tricky thing to get off.
You will need to peel off the rubber matt. You can glue it back with Bostick afterwards. At the spindle should be a horseshoe clip. It could be covered up, so you will have to remove the covering too. Remove the horseshow clip and it should come off.
Rubber focus ring can be purchased in ebay. The rubber ring may be attached to the lens with glue. Use denature alchohol between the rubber and lens to remove the rubber ring. It can be stretched little. Once removed, clean any glue on the lens and stretch the new rubber ring and install.
I belive it is a magnet which usually hold a CD on the spindle motor during playing. you need to take off top cover and find the spindle. The spindle has a round base for the disk, above the base should be another round piece with the magnet so during playing the disk is fixed between these two pieces. Check if there is missing round magnet in top piece. You can probably glue the magnet in place. Be careful, everything is fragile there, you can make more damages, probably better to bring it to a repair shop.
Remove the rubber washer at the bottom of the pan, split the washer in two halves and glue a #31 O-ring to the bottom half of the old washer. Push it over the post and you might even glue it to the bottom of the pan, then glue the top half of the washer to the top of the O-ring. It worked for me.
I had the same problem. The dial is held onto the brass spindle piece with adhesive from the factory. The glue had worn out so the brass spindle (which is attached to the larger gear) would turn with the timer but the dial was not attached =/
I used some super glue to glue the dial back to brass spindle and it's working again =)
It the cd drive hub or the spindle motor pad is dirty.
It isn't clamping the disk firmly so when the drive
speeds up or stops abruptly the disc continues
to spin , it shouldn't cause surface damage to
the cd but it sounds like hell .
If you disassemble the xbox and the cd rom
drive ,clean the the hub and spindle motors pad
this should remedy the noise problem.
Also there is the possibility that
the hub magnet came loose this
would decress the clamping force
of the hub, than you would need to
snap the round magnet in the Hub back in to place . if get there
let me know and ill explain further
if you have any questions just comment and ill respond
Your center pin is seized. You need to remove the three screws holding the center pin. Then remove the screw holding the shaft in place. Lubricate it with a light grease/oil and reassemble. I used spray lithium grease, but don't know if its correct.
Does the unit emit a groaning sound just before it fails? If so, then the drive spindle is the problem; the sound is caused by the slipping of the disk on the spindle. It could be contaminated with particles (dust, DDV plastic. etc). Look for scratches on the inner ring area of the bottom side of the DVD. those are an indication of foreign material on the spindle. It may be worse with disks that have been used many times. Just touching the hub area with your fingers can leave contaminates. Try first cleaning the disk hub area on the botton side. Stay away from the writable area. The drive spindle can be cleaned by removing the metal top from the unit and then removing the black plastic cover from the drive top (4 screws). Wipe clean the rubber surface on the top side of the spindle. Then replace the covers. As the unit ages, the rubber will get harder and more prone to slipping. A cotton cloth soaked in alcohol may be used to clean and refresh the rubber surface as a last resort. Reply to this message if you want pictures of the process.
Pull rubber matt off TT. Use a small screw driver to pop off the small black "C" clip at base of steel record post. UNderneath plastic disc you will see the belt, and it loops on the metal post and over to the plastic barrel shaft to its right. Try this:
Using Non-gelatin based nail polish remover OR acetone (gotten from any hardware store), and a few Q-Tips, rub the belt inside and out along its entire length until you feel the tacky rubber feeling come back to the belt. You may also see the shiny surface come off the belt as you clean it. The shiney look is from belt slippage and its like a glazing. Also, if you notice any of this black glazing on the two belt posts, clkean them off as well.
If belt broken, replace with new by looping it back around the two posts under plastic TT platter.
If its truely a belt issue these two should solve it.