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Turntable has suddenly stopped working after playing a 45rpm

I have a PL-Z81 Pioneer turntable on which I play 33rpm records and it has been working fine. I have just played an old 45rpm and it has suddenly stopped working...the turntable isn't turning. Any ideas please? I am a non technical minded lady from Nottingham, England.

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