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I am having problems getting this turntable to play more than 20 seconds of a vinyl record before the pick up arm returns to its rest and the turntable stops - any ideas as to whats going wrong? is it soething im doing or is this unti just faulty?
If anyone can help would eb very grateful
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Colin

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take the turntable arm by your hand and place it above the record,then use the up and down lever to lower arm on record!!

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Sorry it could be the cartridge! They can fail at anytime, only the stylus will wear with time. However it could be the amplifer's magnetic cartridge pre-amp. If you look inside your amp and trace back from the phono socket you should find the pre-amp. If it is distorting on both channels it's probably an IC that has failed.

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