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Rumble from platter when all pitches are turned down

I used to own a brand new pair of vestax pdx2000 and never had any problems, loved them. Recently though I bought a second hand pair, little scratched so have probably been well played. Anyway, when you turn both pitches down to the slowest pitch, you can feel a low rumble from the platter. Is this serious or just a case of wear n tear. Please best advise as I would'nt want to get rid of them if can fix or live with. I don't play on the slow pitch anyway but will it get worse as well.

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