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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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There's a motor under the back of the carousel about 11 oclock. You can see the drive gear if you bend down and look under the toothed base of the carousel. If you press the lever to rotate the carousel you'll be able to see if the motor is turning or not. If it is turning but the carousel isn't moving you could have a stripped nylon gear.

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