Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Most Panasonic turntables are belt driven and the belt can become too loose with age and stretch and may need to be replaced. Additionally, the motors that turn the table via the belt can become worn out and sometimes can be revived if you take the platter and the belt off then spray a little WD-40 or other type penetrating oil down the shaft of the motor and just let it run for several hours in an attempt to free up the stuck motor. In some instances the motor will need help to actually get the shaft to start spinning with your fingers, and in other instances the motor may have too many dead spots in the winding of the motor and must be replaced.
Posted on Nov 16, 2014
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