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Won't stop turning

It seems like the wheel isn't connected to the needle; as soon as I plug the player in (DP 29F, Denon) it just starts turning, the needle doesn't come over.

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There are some gears which move back and forth under the turntable which link to the plated  Sometimes they just get stuck, sometimes just reseting them will resolve the issue. Sometimes you need to lubricate them since they a just getting stiff (only lubricate the center of the gears by the shaft they set on) It is rare that any parts are actually broken PS Protect the needle while attempting to service the unit Rob

Posted on Feb 27, 2009


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IMPORTANT! Please Check.
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under the platter. Grasp the ribbon tape as shown in the
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