Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
I dug an old 1210 out of storage this weekend and noticed that when I powered it on, it would continuously rotate back and forth about 1/4 of a turn instead of rotating like normal. Any idea what could be causing this?
You have drive issues. There is no easy way to fix or to isolate the
problem. You'll have to take it to a service technician who can test
your unit, and fix the problem. Usually it's one (or all) of the 3 main IC
(integrated circuits) which cause this problem.
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