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Sony ps-lx250h belt-driven turntable runs too fast.

I have the 33rpm setting on for long playing records, and the turntable runs consistently a little too fast. I replaced the belt and it still happens.Any ideas?

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    Same deal here... did you figure it out?

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Is there an adjustment knob? if so use that! if not it will have to be adjusted from under the turntable!
this should fix ya!

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