#1
Unfortunately adjusting the pitch knob doesn't correct the problem, when set at the highest speed for a 33, the pitch is too low, and when at the lowest for a 45 its slightly too high. What is the problem and how can I fix it? The player hasn't been used for 15 years until today, is it possible it just needs to warm up? Also, it's not belt driven.
Last edited by Bananular at Feb 2, 2009,
#2
New belt.
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#5
Time for a new turntable.
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#7
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Fixed.

CD players don't play vinyl.
Good fix though.
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#8
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