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The 45rpm button doesn't work

The 33RPM button works fine but when I try to select the 45 it doesn't change

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SOURCE: the 45rpm speed select button will not work

the 45 button is known as a push button switch. If the switch is affect, replacing should remedy, but it could be possible that the voltage variation on the motor is affected.

keep me posted.

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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