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SOURCE: Haven't used the turntable in years. Went to use

If this is a belt driven turntable, then you have to replace the belt, as this units gets old the belts loosen up as well.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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SOURCE: The turntable on my CR245

Haven't worked on one of these, but there is an end of travel arm sensor that needs adjustment, or is possible broken. You will have to get inside to check it out, and adjust or fix it.
If you don't feel comfortable fixing it yourself, contact Crosley support:
http://www.crosleyradio.com/supportForm.aspx
Good luck, and hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 03, 2011

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SOURCE: zennox usb turntable arm rises before end of record

Hi, we don't have that model turntable in NZ so I can't say exactly where the adjustment for the tone arm lift position is. However on the majority of turntables it will either be beside the base of the tonearm possibly under a rubber grommet or if you remove the rubber platter mat and there is a hole in the platter near the outer edge rotate the platter whilst looking through the hole for a screw near the tonearm. Adjust anti clockwise a little and test. Fine tune until you are happy with where it stops. John. styluscity.com

Posted on Nov 24, 2011

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Hi, contact me direct and I will send you the service manual. John. styluscity@gmail.com

Posted on Nov 27, 2011

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SOURCE: my denon 26-f turntable stylus arm lifts about 2 minutes before end of record. how can this be adjusted on the turntable?

Hi Richard, at the base of the tonearm look for a rubber grommet. Under it you will find a screw. Adjust clockwise slightly to make the tonearm lift further along. Fine tune antil sorted. If the adjustment is not at tonearm base remove the rubber platter mat. If the platter has an access hole in it rotate platter so the hole is near the tonearm and look for scew to adjust. John styluscity.com

Posted on Nov 30, 2011

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Hi, we don't have that model turntable in NZ so I can't say exactly where the adjustment for the tone arm lift position is. However on the majority of turntables it will either be beside the base of the tonearm possibly under a rubber grommet or if you remove the rubber platter mat and there is a hole in the platter near the outer edge rotate the platter whilst looking through the hole for a screw near the tonearm. Adjust anti clockwise a little and test. Fine tune until you are happy with where it stops. John. styluscity.com

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If you're mechanically inclined and can open up the case, then look inside the mechanism, oil it, and put the case back together again, this is what may be happening.
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