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Record starts to play and then just drifts across the record.

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Either a faulty stylus or not enough pressure to it. To increase the pressure try increasing the weight at the end of the arm by increasing the number slightly from where it is now. For example if it's on 1 increase it to 1.5. Then test the record to see if it stays in the groove. Keep repeating this action till it stays in the groove but does not make a rumble sound when playing.

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