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Fitted new belt now can only play 45s on 33 and can not play 33s cos too fast

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Suggest you disturbed something when replaceing the belt

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I must say I have never come upon a record deck that will only play one side of a good condition record!
The only action I can suggest is to replace the belt if it's a belt driven deck. Please make a note of how it fits before removing the belt. But why any record deck would treat a new record any different on one side than the other will be a mystery to any good engineer.
The only exception would be if the deck played one side good then played up on every other record. Till it's switched off for a while, then repeats this action.
The cause of this fault would be a part overheating the longer the deck is left on. When you stop it to turn over, the system fails. This is however more likely to happen on a direct drive turntable, not a belt driven one.

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If that is not the case, then you can look underneath the turntable at the base and see if you can see a speed pre-set (sometimes there are two, one for each speed). Turning this will adjust the speed. You might need a small screwdriver. Sometimes the hole for these pre-sets are covered with a sticker. If you find it, to get the speed right will be a case of trial and error. I find the best way to do this operation is to mount the turntable on a chair which has no seat in it. Thus meaning you can get to the underside while the disc plays.

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I don't think it's likely that the motor is in trouble just by having the belt wrong. It would require more physical damage to cause the motor to play up. Having said that the motor could have been in trouble before you touched the belt. But you do need a new belt, all you need to do is measure the diameter of the belt in mm. You might also need to measure the width. To find a new belt put the words "turntable drive belt XXmm" into Google. You can add Crosley to the start, but many belts are universal. Your measurements don't need to be spot on with the diameter, so if you have measured it at say 95mm, a 90mm to 100mm belt will do the job. However fitting the new belt is a different matter. You need to know the correct way, or the speed might be wrong. I can't help you with the fitting of it, so you will need to check how to do it. Some makes have YouTube videos of the fitting. I would just look for Crosley and see if any look like your model.

If fitted correctly and there's a problem with speed still, then you should look more closely at the motor.

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However, if we drill down into the history of the development of the 45, we can see that it was developed as a replacement for the 10" 78 RPM disk. It was also intended to be played on a distinct 45 RPM player, and thus the large hole to discourage use on regular turntables.

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try this company?

mailto:info@needledoctor.com

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