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I have a rockola ultra 37 and after moving it the records are not playing at the correct speed.it seems to be to slow about a quarter if the turn of the record...anyone have any advice????

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I would assume that the belt has moved off it's correct place.

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take the turntable arm by your hand and place it above the record,then use the up and down lever to lower arm on record!!

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SOURCE: Strange speed

Don't have a solution, but similar problem...turntable is too fast on 33, and even faster on 45 rpm setting. Turntable had not been moved...just played fine one day, and berserk the next..There appears to be some sort of adjustment on the motor but don't know for what, and without a calibrated strobe don't know how one would adjust anyway, even if one could. Agree it's probable just a crappy motor/design.

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The speed control switch is located next to the tone arm, and here is an image to help assist you, and you can download an operation manual pdf from this site if you would like to have the operation manual for that turntable.

http://www.jackandfriends.com/manuals/CR248.pdf


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I had this problem. In my case it manifested itself mostly in start-up, and I found that I had to move the tonearm past the 1st track to get the TT to spin. I cleaned the contacts on the micro-switch (on the mechanism, from below) with extra-fine sandpaper. It worked.

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SOURCE: AFTER adjusting the speed setting

If it says your speed setting in on 33, than you have a problem with the speed control inside of the turntable, there is not much you can do in that area. 33 is the slowest speed too, so it seems like it is stuck on 45 or 78. Call Teac if you are still under warranty.

Posted on May 15, 2011

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