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How do I put the belt back on my GPX s7794 turntable?

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SOURCE: KM837 manual to fix belt on turntable

IF the belt fell off, it is likely that the belt is stretched and needs to be replaced. Use a couple of pencils to open up the belt and beasure the length. The belt should go around the two pencil erasures forming an oval. Use that measurement to determine the belt size and purchase a replacement belt. The belt will go around the platter and around the motor hub.

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Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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Under the felt of the turning platter section, there should be two rather large holes. Insert your thumb and forefinger and pull the table off. You should also see where the existing belt is running. Insert new belt around the motor first and replace the table section. Now, through the two holes, manouver the belt onto the table section until it spins freely

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See this video. I might help you.

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