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Pioneer PL516 turntable

Hello my strobe ajust doesnt slow tt enough to play 33's

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Re: pioneer PL516 turntable

You have a faulty IC inside. You will need to take to a service center for repair, unless you have knowledge in testing and removing Integrated Circuits.


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