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Turntable Spinning too fast

On my GF-250 the turntable is spinning too fast. Noticeable in sound. recorded revolutions and found it to be hitting either 33.3 or 45 rpm in 57 secs.

Does anyone know if there are any adjustments?

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  • faspadafora Oct 09, 2008

    it is belt driven. would a loose belt cause it to spin too fast?

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Ya buy new belt loose or is this direct drive

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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    nick helpap Oct 09, 2008

    yes or to slow cheak that out

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