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Lubrication - motor DQX500

Postby haflermicro » 05 Jan 2012 17:58

Hi!

My DQX is from 1979 and still working perfectly....and how many turns the platter has taken for me through the years...god only knows.
Does anyone know if the DD-motor/bearing for this TT is free of service or if it should be oiled at some point? From the manual you don't get any infos on this subject.
This only to be pre-cautional as there is no - and never were any - noise nor bearing play too be found.

Thanks you for your inputs :-)
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Re: Lubrication - motor DQX500

Postby steinkare » 25 Feb 2012 22:35

I also have a DQX, and my Micro Seiki have problem with the 45 speed.The lamp on the switch goes on and off all the time at 45.33 1/3 works perfect!. Any help out there? Is there anybody out there that can help us?
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Re: Lubrication - motor DQX500

Postby stealthBomber » 15 Mar 2012 06:15

I've got a similar problem with my dqx500. 33 1/3 works fine but 45 doesn't lock in. The lamp locks in if start 33 first then go to 45. But if i start 45 first the lamp doesn't lock in and goes on and off. I'm hoping someone can upload a copy of the service manual.
On another note, i've also wondered about the bearing as the manual says nothing about bearing lubrication.
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Re: Lubrication - motor DQX500

Postby joeguy » 21 Dec 2013 06:57

New On this site Help!! Please. I have an DDX 1000 Just going to start using it again, never a problem. should I lubricate the main motor/bearings somehow. Thanks everyone, greatly appreciated! Merry Xmas!
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Re: Lubrication - motor DQX500

Postby niels » 25 Dec 2013 09:46

I dont know these models, but if you have no problems, and not too sure about how to do things you should leave it alone.
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