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The morot spindel turns turns while there is power to it. I don't have a clue how to turn that off. There is no on or off switch only a stop switch which when pressed does no release the platter to reset to turn with out shutting down the the whole system and disassembling to reset manualy. The instructions manual I have doesn't give much trouble shooting information on the operation of reguler play, just on software trouble shooting in 5 different languages. I may have gotton a bad unit and am have troubles,

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I do not quite understand your description. However, the motor switch is underneath the deck and is very sensitive to adjust if you have to.

Try starting from scratch with no record on the turntable, the protector over the stylus. and the arm lifted with the cue button. The motor should not be running.

Gently move the arm towards the platter. The motor should start up.

Continue gently moving the arm across the platter slowly until you hear a slight clicking noise.

The arm should try to lift (it's already up) and return to the rest - it will stay up, of course.

After one more rotation of the platter the motor then switches off, or is supposed to at least, by a cam under the platter. You should hear the click as it does so.

It is all a matter of adjustment, and any knocks or bangs the deck may have had may have changed the set-up.

The STOP button you mention is so that you can start the arm lift- and -return cycle at any point on the record. It is not a switch.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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