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Thorens TD145

2-Speed Belt-Drive Suspended Chassis Turntable (1975-1978)

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Thorens TD145


The Thorens TD145 combines the optimum performance of a transcription turntable with the comfort of an end of record automatic.


Type: semi-automatic turntable

Drive method: belt drive

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm


brochure  English - dirk777

instruction/owners manual  English Deutsch Francais - martin1959

service manual  English

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Dustcover assembly

Hi guys, I need to purchase one set of the dustcover attachment assembly to reattach my dust cover to my TD145. Pls let me know if you have one for sale (together with installation instructions pls) with total cost inclusive of shipping to me here in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Thanks.

Thorens TD 145 Turntable

My belt slips off the Platter almost every time I play a record.
How do i adjust this?

Hello dannygrace, you only

Hello dannygrace, you only need a new belt for your turntable.
kind regards Detlef

Slipping Belt

I had the same issue. Then I noticed the platter seemed to be quite high. So i slackened the suspension springs three turns, thus lowering the platter, and now the belt is not so close anymore to the edge, and doe not slip off when it stops. I also adjusted the angle of the motor.

hello, normaly you only need

hello, normaly you only need a new belt, and all is ok. kind regards Detlef