Question about Crosley CR248 Turntable
Not all BSR turntables have an anti-skating compensator, but for those that do, it is usually a plastic screw or knob near the rear right of the turntable.
It can be difficult to set it just right, unless you have a grooveless disc to test with. If you do, start the turntable and lower the arm into the middle of it. Turn the control clockwise if the arm slides towards the edge, anticlockwise if it slides towards the centre. Find the position in which there is no slide.
If at maximum anticlockwise the arm still slides in, then the spring is too weak and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
What model BSR is it?
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