Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

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Howelsh77
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Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

Post by Howelsh77 » 08 Apr 2017 19:31

Has anyone got a pictorial tutorial :roll: of how to change the belt on a Pink Triangle LPT please?

Cloudbase
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Re: Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

Post by Cloudbase » 08 Apr 2017 20:23

Its incredibly easy.

Carefully lift off the platter taking care not to damage the bearing if the bearing outer lifts with the platter. If you do remove the bearing outer it may be worth checking the bearing lube. Place the replacement belt around the inner sub platter. Thread a bit of cotton thread under the belt. Carefully lower the platter back onto the bearing. Pull the cotton slightly to hook the belt over the motor shaft. The platter should be eased carefully down to stop it "dropping" sharply.

Voila, the belt is fitted. :wink: Sorry no pics its so easy though!

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Re: Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

Post by Big Al » 09 Apr 2017 10:46

Cotton should be fine but pink wool is ideal.

You might find it easier to use the wool loop to stretch the belt out further than the distance to the motor spindle and then refit the platter so that the belt is in position when you release the wool.
This is one of those things that's much easier to demonstrate than explain but it is easy once you have done it once or twice.

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Re: Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

Post by backtotheblack » 09 Apr 2017 14:45

ignore the kit fitting and scroll down to the middle of the page. http://www.originlive.com/pink-triangle ... otors.html exactly the same procedure for the LPT

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Re: Pink Triangle Belt change instructions

Post by Howelsh77 » 09 Apr 2017 23:30

Thank you Cloudbase, Bil Al and Backtotheblack.
I will give it a go, it was one of my Dads and hasn't been used in a while.
Hopefully, it'll be good to go from there.

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