Question about Stanton T.60 Turntable
It's your motor mate. thats exactly what my t60's have done. they are average quality motors. I will let you know what the fix costs but it is ging to be expensive.....
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
It is possible that the problem is caused by a dirty/dusty pitch slider control. To clean it get a can of spray switch cleaner like Servisol (which is an excellent product) and I have been using that for 20 years now.
Using the long applicator pipe, spray that into the slide control and work it in. Hopefully this will cure your problem. If not then it could be a fault linked to the speed control circuit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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