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bearings? where are they and how do I add grease to it
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As the motor noise is doing my fruit in when I start to play my records- I have some grease which came with my clearaudio cleaning kit- but where do I find the bearings to add the grease?....or perhaps the rubber to the platter is worn...but how can I tell?

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Re: bearings? where are they and how do I add grease to it

Take the platter off and turn on. If noise still there its the bearings. Not sure how/where to grease on your turntable.


Most are sealed units, never to be greased.  The bearing islocated where the shaft comes out of the motor.  There may be a grease point but I doubt it.

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Re: bearings? where are they and how do I add grease to it
True Blue:

Take the platter off and turn on. If noise still there its the bearings. Not sure how/where to grease on your turntable.


Most are sealed units, never to be greased.  The bearing islocated where the shaft comes out of the motor.  There may be a grease point but I doubt it.

No noise when motor is running on it's own...so must be the platter belt then?

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Re: bearings? where are they and how do I add grease to it

ah ha...just found out what was causing the noise. on top of the motor a black plastic top was loose..so when I turned the motor on, it would spin the top loose- which in turn made the noise Smile

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