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Old 20th December 2012, 06:48 PM   #11
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Great that you've fixed it

A couple of thoughts. Isn't the motor on rubber grommets to stop mechanical noise transmitting to the deck ? It probably should be "wobbly".

It seems like the lube has done the trick. Just put a drop (one drop) of fine oil on the bearing... use a little not a lot

The motor would have to be identical type for the regulator to work correctly. These regulators keep the motor speed constant as the load on the motor changes and they achive this by means of "back EMF" sensing.
The motor was actually very loose from when I removed it and the circuit board to replace the IC and for some reason I could not get it back on properly without putting in some extra washers (the rubber grommets are still in place). The deck is back on my system now and seems to be working fine. I have googled the motor part number and only found one supplier listing it. I guess it would not be a bad idea to buy one (if they actually do have any?) because the motor is obviously worn and will need replacing soon and although it's only a cheap old deck it sounds fine and being semi auto I don't have to lift the needle off at the end of the record (unlike my Technics 1210 MK2 deck which I think does not really sound much better than the cheap JVC).
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Old 21st December 2012, 06:39 AM   #12
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If its worth it to you, then maybe try and get a new motor

I wouldn't pay more than a few pounds though.
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Old 22nd December 2012, 09:14 PM   #13
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If its worth it to you, then maybe try and get a new motor

I wouldn't pay more than a few pounds though.
I have Googled this motor and made a few enquiries and it looks like I won't be able to find one at any price. Ho hum.
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