Question about Crosley CR49-TW Tweed Traveler Turntable CD Player
Hello, My tone arm won't click (there is no tension when I move it to the right) so I opened up the record player and discovered that a white plastic piece has fallen off (see picture). I know this is the problem because my belt is working fine. Where should I be putting this piece? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Here is the white piece I was talking about: http://tinypic.com/r/ztb0hw/7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The nickel on the tone arm is the best solution that I have found. I taped a nickel onto the head of the tone arm about 1/4 inch back from the point of the stylus and then taped 3 quarters near the fulcrum to slightly counterweight the nickel's effect. This fixed one of the disc skiing that my Crosley had when I first got it. A new stylus is in the mail and I will try the new needle without the nickel and quarters to see if the original needle was just bad.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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It would appear you have a problem with the "Cuing mechanism" this is quite a common problem. This link below will assist you to understand about it.
What you need to do is locate a service manual for your exact make and model, in there you will find the necessary troubleshooting steps to take to isolate and cure your issue. However I have had a look and have been unable to locate any, perhaps a direct approach to the manufacturer may yield one?
It can often simply be a faulty switch, the "Mode Switch" this is simply replaced, however to obtain this one ,must have the parts number, the ONLY place this is available is in a service manual. Sometimes it is the belt or drive? it is usually something quite simple, often it's obvious once the TT is disassembled.
should you not wish to DIY, simply find a competent Turntable repair place and ask first for a "Quote" once appraised of the costings etc, then go from there.
below is a link for the user manual...
Above are a couple of sites that may help you if you wish to DIY?
Posted on Aug 18, 2011
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