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  • November 21, 2017 17:49
    Bill R.
    Change in reply by Bill R. to Hi Nick,<br /><br />Thanks for posting.&nbsp;<br /><br />It sounds like your belt may not be properly configured. Follow these steps below to reconfigure your belt:<br /><b><br />Turntable Belt Replacement Guide<br /><br /></b><p>The pictures below are of the ION Audio TTUSB05. Your turntable may look slightly different, but the procedure is very similar.</p><ol><li>Remove both the record, and the slip mat from the turntable. Some platters may have a c-clip that will also need to be removed before you can remove the platter. This can easily be removed by applying a little force with a screw driver and prying it against the opening.<br /><br />&nbsp;<img alt="ScreenHunter_30_May_08_1602" height="172" src="" title="Image:" width="222" /></li><br /><li>Remove the platter by pulling straight up, and off the spindle.&nbsp;<br /><br /><img alt="image005" height="169" src="" title="Image https//wwwnoterepeatcom/images/ion/xion_turntable_belt_image005pngpagespeedicNspTFcrS8Fwebp" width="222" /></li><br /><li>Place the platter upside down on a flat surface and stretch the new belt around the inner ring.&nbsp;It is important to center the belt on the ring. Make sure it is on straight, and free of any twists.<br /><br /><img alt="image007" height="165" src="" title="Image https//wwwnoterepeatcom/images/ion/222x165xion_turntable_belt_image007pngpagespeedicXX8DbAm7FWwebp" width="222" /></li><br /><li>With the belt is on, flip the platter over and place it back on the turntable spindle. &nbsp;Rotate the platter so that you can see the brass motor spindle through one of the openings in the platter. In most cases this spindle is in the bottom left corner of the turntable.&nbsp;<br /><br /><img alt="image009" height="168" src="" title="Image https//wwwnoterepeatcom/images/ion/222x168xion_turntable_belt_image009pngpagespeedicgydh8pGPj2webp" width="222" /></li><br /><li>Pull the belt from the platter so and stretch it around the motor spindle. If the belt is not centered on the spindle your turntable may playback at inaccurate&nbsp;speeds.<br /><br /><img alt="image011" height="167" src="" title="Image https//wwwnoterepeatcom/images/ion/222x167xion_turntable_belt_image011pngpagespeedicNS5z07wAbxwebp" width="222" />&nbsp;</li></ol><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Important:</strong>&nbsp;Some platters do not have an access hole. &nbsp;In this case, stretch the belt over the bottom circle on the platter, then the small post as in the images below:<br /><br /></p><p>&nbsp; &nbsp;<img alt="ion turntable important2" height="208" src="" width="257" /><br /><br /></p><p>Then align the point of the teardrop shape formed by the belt and the post with the motor spindle as you lower the platter onto the spindle.<br /><br /></p><p><img alt="ion turntable important3" height="505" src="" title="Image https//wwwnoterepeatcom/images/ion/500x505xion_turntable_important3jpgpagespeedicFf-40Im2XWwebp" width="500" /><br /><br /></p><p>Turn the platter clockwise and counter-clockwise two full turns each direction.&nbsp; If the platter feels motion restricted at all at any point, then remove and try again.&nbsp; Some light&nbsp;consistent resistance is normal from the motor.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Replace the c-clip if desired.&nbsp; If your turntable has a slip mat, place it back on the platter. Your turntable is now ready to play!&nbsp;</p><ol></ol>&nbsp;.

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