Placing the Acrylic Platter & Securing the Belt
The acrylic platter rests on the center spindle. There is a rubber belt that wraps around the inner side of the platter and attaches to the motor. We include a small pink ribbon to make putting the rubber belt around the motor easier.
Adding the Counterweight
You'll find the gold counterweight in the grey foam padding. Make sure this counterweight sits approximately at the first notch the back of the tone arm. Ensure the counterweight is approximately 1/4" past the first notch and end of tone arm.
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