I went to turn on my turntable the other day and to my dismay the motor no longer works! :( It's a Music Hall MMF 7.1 turntable. I googled for a replacement and the only thing i found was from Needle Doctor for $165. Yeah...that's not going to happen. So the DIYer in me pulled the motor apart and found this nomenclature (pic below). Does anyone by chance happen to have one of these lying around I could buy off you, or could someone direct me to where I could buy one? Thanks in advance.
Tough one. This motor is produced in Czech Republic, and costs the least at actual manufacturer, gets a bit costlier at Project, gets not just a bit costlier at MH, and gets the peak price as a replacement part. When one of the motors of my NAD 5120 decks died, although I did find the direct manufacturer for that type different than yours, where the motor is cheaper than "at the very end", it was cheaper to wait till another cheap NAD 5120 with working motor showed up on ebay.
Good luck, though !
Edited by analogsurviver - 10/21/13 at 10:53pm