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Turntable rpm Problem: turntable revolves at slower speed than 33 1/3 rpm. Drive wheel, inside turntable has changed in size over years. Needs new drive "wheel" or rubber washer item to attain proper speed

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Turntable turns super slow sounds terrible
    Doesn't matter what speed you play
    Is there some sort of internal adjustment

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Found rubber washer that is close to the proper size for the rpm.

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