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It is not a reciever it is a turntable and will not play a full size record it plays 33 1/3 but only sits down on a record as if it is a 45 record

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There should be a size selector switch somewhere marked 7, 10(sometimes), 12. Your deck sound like it is set to the 7 setting.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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