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It depends on the model of the turn table. Some have one large spring directly under the table of the player. Some models have 4 springs at the corners of the player under plate that the table is mounted on.

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Can anyone help me with grounding a Crosley Keepsake turntable? I have run a wire down the tonearm, when I touch the end of this wire the hum goes away, I just don't know where to attach it?


antique turntable that had an earth wire on it too. I just found a screw on the back of the turntable and fitted the wire under this screw, It worked a treat and the hum disappeared.

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I put my turn table on phono and did everything the instruction manual said but the thing just won't spin


Check to see if the belt in on and has not come off under the round platter the records sits on.

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Sony ps-lx250H loud buzzing sound


That is where the problem is, get a long insulated wire, bare both ends and attach one end to the turntable and the ground screw of the amp, use one screw on the chassis on the turntable and bare the metal for good ground connection.

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How can I ground my LX300 Sony Turntable? The hum at high volume levels is due to lack of a ground from the turntqble and the receiver. Perhaps one of the screws on the bottom which holds one of four pads...


hi,
take a wire connect its one end to the screw on the bottom on ur turntable and the other end to ur receiver's turntable ground. if there is no such point. connect it to chase, loosing any one screw of ur receivers top cover.

or take metal sheet( same dimension of ur turntable legth and width ). put ur turntable on it. make a connection from the metal plate to to ur chase.
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How to remove platter from AKAI AP-B110 turntable


On my Akai turntable, I have to remove the fiberboard bottom cover (nine screws, nothing tricky) then there's a central brass air bearing with a small set-screw in the side. Loosen the screw, and the central turntable axle lifts right out of the bearing.

This is a belt-drive Akai - your mileage may vary.

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Tonearm/ scratchy audio


The transport screw is just for stabilising the suspension for moving the turntable. Just put it in the position that allows the turntable to bound up and down a bit when you poke it.

As for the skating of the tonearm, it's just that the tracking force is set too high. I don't know your turntable, so can't tell you quite where the tracking force adjustment is, but it's likely a dial close to where the tone arm pivots. A test record (with test tones) is a great way to adjust that, but otherwise repeated listening to a record will help you - make sure that the loud parts of a track distort equally on both speakers.


See also http://www.turntablebasics.com/advice.html

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I need a grounding wire to connect to my Griffin Imik


not sure I fully follow your question but the 3 rd ground wire from the turntable would hook up to the ground screw on the imic

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Needle slides across the record on Crosley 5 in 1 player


you have unscrewed the suspension screw?

also check the needle for dirt and dust... try blue tacking a 5p coin to the top on the needle to give it a little more weight, if the needle stays in place then the arm balance if off, and unless there is a mechanism to adjust that on this turntable then i guess its a return!

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