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LPs wobble on turntable.

The turntable turns smoothly but as soon as an LP is put on it, the record klicks up and down. It seems like something is interrupting it at the base of the tone arm but I don't want to fiddle and cause more problems.

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Usually you can lift the turntable and check for problems. Sometimes there is a clip holding the turntable in place, but with small tools you should be able to get the clip free. Don't be too worried about getting the clip back on, as long as you aren't going to turn the unit upside down.....

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