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Stanton str8150 decks. motor problem

Hi, im just windering wether ther is a fault with the motor in one of my decks. I can play a record for around a minute and then the motor cuts out hence the record stops playing, however the lights are still on. Shall i take it back to the shop or is there something im doing wrong?

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If it stops after a minute of rotation, then there is something wrong there. If it's brand new, I would say return it, or send it in for warranty repair.

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