Bought a decent used turntable, but there is clicking sound from under the turntable when it spins, even at low (33rpm) speed. it seems to be from inside the back of the case, not under the center of the table. the model is sony ps-lx2 direct drive turntable, but this site won't recognize the model at auto select.
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Remove the drive belt and see if the turntable spins, if it does the drive motor is faulty, if it doesn't then (if this is a new turntable) it's possibly got a locking device to hold the turn table steady during shipping.
I have the exact same problem for the same model. Only spins at 45 and I sometimes have to kick-start it.
I tried de-activating the switch (so that it's not making a connection) and therefore in the 33 position but that does not help.
Under the felt of the turning section, there should be two rather large holes. Insert your thumb and forefinger and pull the table off. You should also see where the existing belt is running. Insert new belt around the motor first and replace the table section. Now, through the two holes, manouver the belt onto the table section until it spins freely
go to control panel, sound audio devices, hardware , USB Audio Device Properies, Properties, click the + next to Audio Devices USB Audio Device Properties, make sure that is highlighted, click do not map through this device, apply restart program. Under device properties make sure sound playback is set to default driver ie: Realteck Ac97 audio etc... Hope this helps