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Hoe do operate the turn table

How do you get the turn table to turn on? I set it to phono and then what gets it going???

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Re: hoe do operate the turn table

Lift the arm off the stand and manually move it to the center of the player. You should hear a click and the turntable will begin spinning. To turn it off move the arm to the outside until you hear a click.

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