Question about Crosley CR49-TW Tweed Traveler Turntable CD Player
Turntable is to slow when playing album, way to slow,,,please help want to listen to my music thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tone Arm skips past first song
A. Do not try to close the case when there is a record inside!! The fact that the turntable cannot do this is not a design flaw--you'll be hard pressed to find a portable turntable that can close with a record inside because if you were to pick up the player with one inside, it could easily slip off of the spindle and scratch against the sides of the player.
B. Are you using the cueing lever to lift the tone arm before you place it on the record? Read the instructions to see where the cuing lever is (it's a little switch on the right side of the tone arm). When you lift it, the tone arm will lift up and allow you to position it wherever you want on a record, then you depress the lever to make the tone arm touch the record and being playing.
I hope that helps!
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
it sounds as if the rubber belt is to slack however also worth checking ithe attachment to the spindle itself is not loose 2make sure the belt is the correct type
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: Getting the turnable to come on
some platters will not begin to spin until the tonearm is lifted up from the rest and over to where the record is, then it starts spinning.
alternately the belt may have come off.
will provide general info on how to put it back on.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
The only thing (I think) that would cause a 45 to play badly and the 33 not, is either the cartridge or stylus, most likely the stylus. It's either worn or damaged, so it fits badly in the larger grooves of 45's then the smaller ones of 33!
The signal coming from the cartridge is the same on 45 as it would be from 33.
Posted on May 25, 2010
your turn table is a belt driven one. The speed turns down when the belt become expanded. you should replace the belt of your turn table. Also put some lubricant in its center shaft ( not from the top lubricate it slightly after removing the plater).
I have here added some video related to the replacement of belt for turntables.
Not the exact for your one,for all the belt driven turntable the procedure is the same
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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