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If the "turntable" you're referring to is the carrier where the CDs are stored, most likely your light gate lamp is burned out. Look underneath the carrier full of CDs at the front and you should see a faint glow. If you don't, and the K & Z LEDs on the Selection and Credit Computer are constantly lit, you'll need to replace the light gate bulb. I have these bulbs and can help further over the phone. Please don't dis-assemble anything without talking to me, or you may get the light gate assembly out of adjustment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
have you checked the brake and start up settings they are the dials by the start and stop buttons it it is turned too far the platter will start up slow, you just trun to dial till you get the right start up speed you want
I had the same problem. Replacing the sensor is not gonna help. it is a focus problem. I had to fold a small piece of paper and put it under the sensor to raise it up alittle then you screw it in. The size of the paper you will have to figure out for yourself, but it will help u fix your problem
Found a video on a web site "how to remove the platter". It's a job which does'nt need a lot of skill just great care and patience. Within the video the guy will show the senors inside the platter itself. This is wear I found a huge build up dust which I blew off with a can of air. It's not a proffensional video but I found it very easy to follow. Unfortunate for though upon putting the deck back together again I've caused more damage with my clumsy haevy handed inpatience! After looking inside the deck (as long as you have no warranty left) you will see it is not that difficult and as a tip you can disconnect the lines of flat wires as they plug into the circuit board and are not soldered in. No soldering required to fix this. The guy who made this video deserves a lot of credit due to the fact he can save many of these decks from going to the bin! If I was rich and famous I would award him an Enviromental Gong.