Question about Audio Players & Recorders
1. Select the lowest FM frequency you want manually. You should hear it.
2. Press MEMORY followed by preset one.
3. Repeat the process for the remaining frequencies and buttons.
If you don't hear anything when you tune manually, the frequencies are not being received with enough strength. There could be an antenna problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check that your voltage settings are set correctly. This is located
underneath your turntable platter. If you remove the slipmat, you will
see 2 holes on the metal platter. Rotate the platter till you see the
voltage switch, located @ the 9'o'clock position. Make sure it's set to
your correct settings (N.America = 115V / Euro = 220V). If not, you
will need a flat head screw driver to switch it. Before you switch it,
make sure your unit is off and unplugged. After you swich it, it should
If your still having issues with the speed and the pop-up light, then there is something seriously wrong, and will need to be checked by a technician. Sometimes a resistor or IC will go bad, causing the speed issue, but for the pop-up light - that's usually faulty wiring generally caused by an incorrect replacement.
Did you buy this new or used? Have you had this serviced recently?
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Posted on Dec 01, 2007
More than likely your RCA cables are going bad, and will need to be replaced. Not the hardest self-repair, but you will need to have some soldering skills. In addition, caution should be taken when taking apart your turntable.
Check out the following videos for self-repair assistance on these wonderful DJ turntables.
If you think it's too much for you to do yourself, get some professional assistance. Shouldn't cost too much for repair.
Hope this helps some.
Digital Analog Therapy
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
You need a belt.. Lift up the record support..(platter) Underneath you will see a metal post.. Belt goes around that and the bottom of the plate.(there is a rim) . If the belt is there, motor might be bad..
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Your best bet is to get a good quality switch contact cleaner to clean all the contacts on the speed control switches.
I guess the contacts inside the switches will have corroded slightly with your turntable having been stored in the garage.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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