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Numark TT1 need to be manually started by moving platter

TT1's will not start rotation on their own. The platter needs to be rotated and then the motor starts driving the platter. Also doesnt stop rotation when the button is pressed.

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  • DJ CRIMSON Apr 09, 2009

    I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM BUT WITH TT200 I HATE IT AND BECAUSE OF THIS I FIND IT ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO DOUBLE DROP ANYTHING IF I DONT FIND OUT SOON I MAY HAVE TGO SELL MY DEX BUT I WILL KEEP LOOKING 4 SOLUTIONS IF I FIND ANY I WILL UPDATE THIS POST ALTERNATIVLY IF YOU FIND OUT B4 ME COULD YOU SEND ME A QUICK E-MAIL ON WALKER.LEE88@YAHOO.CO.UK CHEERS

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That'll be a blown component of some sort on your main board i think mate,youll wanna get some one handy wiyh a multi meter.gd luck

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