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My audio-technica PL50 plays 45s at the wrong speed.

It plays 33s perfectly, but when I switch the speed to 45, it plays them too quickly. Does anyone know what I can do to adjust the speed?

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    It's the cheap one. I think it is about 60 bucks on amazon.

  • Solves alot May 11, 2010

    Is it a version 22500 or a **** Wit o Thon 360?

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Believe it or not not it probably doesn`t even play your lp`s at the right speed? Its probably because your drive belt has actually stretched? rubber belts do wear and maybe seek out a replacement drive belt?

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