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Sony PS-LX250H turntable won't turn

We wanted to play an old lp last week, and haven't used the turntable for awhile and it wouldn't (turn). The belt is in place, but it just won't turn. It has power, we checked that thoroughly. Any suggestions?

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I have the same trouble so I gave it a push and after manually spinning the table and then putting through it's sequence a few times it worked fine!....but now it's started to run at a speed half way between 33 and 45rpm. To see if its just a stuck motor, remove the table lift the arm move it over so it's trying to drive then just rotate the pulley clockwise between finger and thumb.

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Check the switch that make the lp running located it on the arm (arm uses to put it on the LP) check the motor Make sure no debris whatsoever that can disrupt the LP to turn

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The turntable runs great for half the way throw the lp and then it speeds up to a 45 speed


Any infinitesimal change in belt temperature would not cause such a change in speed. The speed of your turntable is governed by an electronic circuit and this is where the trouble is.

The cost of a repair is going to be mostly labor which may exceed the value of the value of the turntable.

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A damaged or worn stylus will effect all records not just one. I don't know what D4 fluid is, but if there was some still present on the record it could have got inside the cartridge and done some damage to it.

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Sony PS-LX250H Player arm won't set down to play


Have you made sure the "up/down" button is not depressed? It's the furthest button to the right of the player if you are looking at it head-on. If it is depressed, it will cause the needle to simply hover above the spinning record. A good thing if you want to "pause" your musical experience, but not much help if you are trying to enjoy some sonic sensations.

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I have a Sony PS-LX250H that was put into storage and moved twice while I was in transit between residences. Since I got to my new place I haven't been able to get it to work at all even after rep


hi
check the belt it might be loose...
elasticity of the belt is ... no more :(
try turning the plate by your hand and see what happens
Good Luck

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I have a Teac LP200 and the turntable will no longer turn when I lift and move the arm over. Is there a belt to replace? How does one access it?


Hi,
your unit has "The efficient belt-drive system provides accurate play and control" and normally the belt lasts for long time ..i.e at least 5 years..
If you sure that it is belt ,you need to take the turntable disc (should be a security pin in the middle ) than you can access underneath of disc or some models needs to access from bottom of the turntable ,inside the receiver..
just in case ,if you need detailed user manual in pdf format pls visit he URL below..
Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
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User Guide for Teac LP-U200 View Table Of Contents»
http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man

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How do i get it to work? sorry but this is my first time using a record player


most of today's receivers dont have the jacks for phonos...you will be able to plug left/right plugs into aux/cd (unless you are using a power amp) . is your phono equipped with the needle (cartridge) also? yes, then you are ready to play a LP/Album...turn volume down on amp or receiver place LP onto turntable needle on switch source selector to what you plugged into turn vol up slowly and enjoy

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