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KD-67F fully automatic turntable--servo mechanism has suddenly stopped

I don't know what happened... I've been using this turntable for at least five years with no problems... and suddenly, between one playing and the next (a few days later) the servo-mechanism that drives the tone arm across the recording making a tangent with the groove does nothing. The tone arm neither lifts nor sets down, and it doesn't advance at all.

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