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My tunrtable spins backwards :S

Ok..i have a set of turntables. one runs fine, and the other is not spinning forwards but now spinning backwards and very fast! and the stop start buttons also dont work on this deck.. any suggestions?

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Re: My tunrtable spins backwards :S

These motors are quite cheap. You can open it up yourself and see if any resistors are burned up. If not, contact numark parts dept and order new motor. quite easy to install.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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