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JVC L T11 turntable spins to fast jerry, rigged adapter

I purchased an L T11 table. The power adapter is not the original. Info on adapter is input 120v 60hz 18watt. output is 12vdc 400ma max plug tip is +. class 2. On the back of the table it reads DC 12-14volt. Yhe problem is the table spins way to fast. I tried adjusting the speed with the 33&45 adjustment screws and still can't slow it down enough. Is it possible the adapter is to powerfull causing the table to turn to fast

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Where can I get an 11V -13V DC adaptor to power JVC turntable AL-E300?


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