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Technics SL-1700 Mk2, tonearm doesn't lower, cueing doesn't work

Hi, I own a Technics SL-1700 Mk2 and the tonearm doesn't come down anymore. When I press the cueing-button a purring sound starts, that doesn't stop if I push the button again.The cueing mechanism is not responding. How to proceed? Can you override the mechanism or is there something seriously wrong? Thx in advance for help!

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