Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH turntable belt replacement

Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH Turntable Replacement Belt

SKU: BTPCMSE767CH

  • $16.95

Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH TPC 767-CH TPC767-CH turntable belt replacement

The belt replacement for the Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH TPC 767-CH TPC767-CH turntable is crafted with quality to operate inaudibly over time while maintaining correct speed.

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William Brust (Gettysburg, US)

Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH Turntable Replacement Belt

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terrance okeson (Phoenix, US)
Belt replacement

The right belt for the job found on your website.

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Lori Greatens (Neenah, US)
Exactly what we needed!

Had an old Thomas Pacconi turntable playing very slow. Couldn't find belt anywhere, then found it here on line. Quick shipping, records playing back up to speed! Thank you.


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Worked perfect

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I don't know what you receive my previous email. But the needle was broke off the stylus. Beside the point it didn't fit anyway. So is what I need is a stylus and a cartridge that is compatible with my turntable. Thank you look forward to hearing back from you

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Thomas Pacconi Museum Series TPC-767-CH Turntable Replacement Belt