I have a Crosley Radio CR78CD and I can't get it out of stand by. I check the switch and the switch is good. If anybody else had this problem and got it solve send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org I will glady appreciate it.
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I recently was given my Father's CR78CD and, assuming your unit is in working order, you turn on the turntable motor by lifting the tonearm off the post and moving it away from the turntable about one and a half to two inches. You should hear a soft click as the switch for the motor activates.
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Here is a PRB distributor that can help you. http://www.vintage-electronics.cc/vprbbelts.html
I hope that helps.