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I have the Well-Tempered Classic with the square motor. I had the Teflon bearing cap come off of the well on two different occasions. Both times, Bill Firebaugh made good on it. After the second time, they installed bigger "caps," and I have not had a problem since. The last repair was in the early 90s.
On the Originlive belt ... I highly recommend it. I've had mine for about five years now. You will get much better speed control, and that helps the tonality of instruments ... particularly noticed on piano. Dynamics and clarity are also improved. Funny thing ... upon first listening to the new belt, you can actually hear it breaking in. Weird, I know ... but it steadily improves over the first hour, and then it settles in.
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I have a Classic (was SQ motor but replaced by the upgrade version awhile back).
The Origin Live belt is great BTW! Closest to the original spec I’ve had in 20 years or more.
The bearing? First off: It’s CRITICAL that the fluid that is in the cup is the exact fluid specified by Well-Tempered! If it’s not, that is the reason your bearing fell off. I know because at one point some had spilled and I thought I could could use any old thin oil: Wrong! Whatever I used just about destroyed my bear and I ended up buying an entirely new bearing and cup (this was 25 years ago when they still made the TTs).
You can try and contact whomever is producing WTT these days and see about the same but... They don’t make the same tables at all anymore so they might not have any around. If that’s a dead end it’s possible to remove the bearing tube/cup in order to effect the repair yourself (I’ve done it and it’s not that hard despite all the steps below):