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Speed seems a tad too slow on 33's. Have not tried 45's yet. Is there some kind of adjustment I can make manually to spped it up a bit?

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Some turntables have speed pre-sets located underneath the turntable.

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This sounds like the belt, if it is a belt drive model, has slipped to the wrong position on the motor post. You should be able to set it back up right. As long as the belt is not worn out.
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According to anything I can find online, like any decent turntable it has a manual pitch control. Unfortunately, I can't find a manual or even a good close-up picture.

This is the best one I've found.

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/652451-post-your-vintage-tech/

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