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TEAC LP-R400 Turntable needs calibration adjustment...has always played to fast from day 1. Should have returned it but now warranty expired. Can calibration adjustment be done?

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Yes, both speeds can be adjusted internally, but you will have to take it to a repair shop. It is a very simple adjustment.

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