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I brought a set of second hand numark tt1650 and when you turn them on and get them spinning there is a small popping/clickng from underneith what could be wrong and is it serious

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The unit should not be making any sounds like that. It sounds like the timing is off for the gearing underneath the platter. It may be as simple as cleaning the existing grease on the mechanism and re-lubing. The existing grease may have gummed up a bit not allowing the parts to move freely.

Dan

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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