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The turntable was recently disconnected and moved to remporary storage, while new flooring was being installed. When I reinstalled the turntable, the red power light comes on but the turntable does not move. I installed a new belt, but it still doesn't move. Played fine before!

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Http://www.turntablebasics.com/
click the link.

also check out this 12 steps in the another link  http://retrostereo.net/_wsn/page7.html

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      When moving your table there are a number of steps you need to take to pack your table carefully including securing the platter and tone arm, removing the needle and wrapping the lid and table in bubble wrap. Tables, lids and needles are easily damaged in transit if not secured and should be readjusted once moved.

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Check the mechanics and the internal circuit , it is in errors state.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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    Ginko Mar 06, 2009

    The turntable had been moved, and this could have caused an already existing fault like a bad soldering joint popping up.

    Try to hear if the motor is starting, if you hear the motor check that the belt is well in place (if not direct traction model).

    If the motor dooes not start then it is a lose contact either on the motor side or on the switch side.

    If the unit had not stayed on wet place, the most common damage by moving is a broken contact.


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