Question about Crosley 4-in-1 Entertainer CD Shelf System
I am frustrated because I have only had this Crosley radio for 2 years, used the turntable maybe twice, went to put a record on and the turntable doesn't work at all now.
So I opened her up... There's a little belt that's no longer attached to anything just laying inside under the turntable. I have no idea what it's supposed to look like or loop around. It isn't obvious except in 2 places and then there is too much slack left. There is also nothing "turning" when the "Phono" power is on. So that makes me wonder if there's another issue.
One advantage of living in a large metropolitan area is the variety of stuff to buy.
You might try a radio, or TV repair store, and if they have no belt assortment, ask them who does.
Another option is a car parts or a plumbing store, where there are "O" ring assortments.
Perhaps a hardware store ( such as Lowe's, Home Depot, or Menard"s will have some belt or "O" ring assortments.
God bless your efforts.
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AC adaptor cord
Try a Radio Shack universal replacement power supply like 273-1773 or 273-1776 or 273-1667 with the proper "Adaptaplug" that goes with it. It should do nicely and be sure to observer the proper polarity of the plug so that it will match your unit. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
SOURCE: Crosley turntable problem
Some internal component is obviously stuck or malfunctioning, You can open it up and check the movable components, if under warranty, I would call the company first. Otherwise if you are like me, you would open it up and start trying to figure out what isn't working, maybe a gear is having problems, I'm sorry but without looking at it myself I don't know for sure since the arm does move, which means the motor can't be bad, maybe the alignment is off for the gears. My advice is call Crosley first and see if this is a known problem to occur and check about the warranty.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2008
SOURCE: Crosley 4 in 1 CR-66
The solution is to replace the AC Power transformer. I have the same problem with my Crosley 4in1 machine. I trouble shooted it and got it to start working when I replaced the AC Power Transformer. The problem still is that It needs to be replaced with the correct 'Power Rated' Transformer.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Wild guess but try this with the power off. Rotate the platter clockwise about 5-10 turns. You may feel internal mechanical engagement as you do it. The cueing mechanism may cycle it through its motion and return it to the rest.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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