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45's records won't turn and prior to that they only played side B

The first problem I had was that it only played side B of the record no matter what was selected. I changed all of my records around to make side A be side B. Then after a period of time the spinner that holds the records stopped spinning. Now I can't use it at all. Help, any suggestions on how to fix?

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