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Turn table not working properly

DUAL CS1258 TURNTABLE NEVER STOPS & ARM DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY GO TO THE RECORD. THIS IS THE 1ST TIME USING IT IN 6 YEARS. I DONOT HAVE THE USER MANUAL ON THIS UNIT

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You need to remove the platter to check the trip mechanism... A bit tricky, but a clean will usually solve as the lubricant stiffens ... There is a catch which holds the platter on , which is released by loosening a screw on the LHS and you gain accees to it though an opening in the metal platter after removing the rubber mat...If you dont release the catch you will break the spindle mount and it will be useless !

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