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Turntable spins too fast at both speeds

Turntable spins too fast

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    Turntable spins too fast. All mechanisms (gears, belt, etc.) appear in good working order but the platten rotates too quickly producing an "Alvin and the Chipmunks" effect.

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PITCH CORRECTION HAS VERY LITTLE EFFECT. THE BELT SHOULD BE FINE , IT'S A BRAND NEW MACHINE

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This is belt driven turntable....have you tried adjusting it via the pitch control or even getting another belt for that turntable....

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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