:Dave, the 800B used a CD-40 which is a 78 rpm only version that was used. It looks similar. The motor opened on mine. I found a CD-43 but the motor board would have to be cut out where the speed knob is. The 78 version has a sliding lever marked Lento or Presto but it clears the motor board. I found another CD-40 so I want to set up my CD-43 with a vintage amp setup. I will get an image tomorrow for you.
:: Yes, I would like to see a picture of it. I heard that the CD43 was used int the ScoTT 800B. I have restored them, however I never owned an 800B. One the 800B I restored, I think I had to replace either a motor or a relay in the automatic tuning. I forgot which now. Maybe it's in the archives. I'll check but I think I posted something here about it when I was working on it.
:::: I hope that this isn't off topic. This turntable is fine, only the power cord pulled out and I'm not sure where it goes. It's in SAMs 222-15. I think it connected through the motor and I'm going to have to open the case of the motor to replace it.
::::This is a fantastic turnable. It had better speed ratings of many broadcast turntables of the time. I haven't taken the platter off. I thought it was direct drive but lately it has been a little sluggish when cycling. So it probably has warn rubber parts. I have a suppler/rebuilder for those.
:::: Replacing the power cord is my main concern. So if someone has a picture of where it connects. It would help.
:::Dave, I have one I want to setup here. I could send a photo later if you still need it of the motor hookup. Also have a 78 only version - CD40 in a Scott 800B. These are direct drive. Thomas is correct. Lubrication should be all it needs.