Question about Crosley CR49-TW Tweed Traveler Turntable CD Player
Powered on, but when a record is played, it plays really fast at all speeds. What could the problem be? Is it an easy fix or are we looking at some serious problem?
Do you know how to make a measurement? open your equipment, use your voltmeter to see how much voltage run the motor and then compare with the voltage who is written in the motor. If the voltage which your have read is in the range of motor voltage +- 10% is ok, of no, that voltage must be more than that correct that problem.
If the voltage is the range of motor voltage the replace the motor.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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