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I just bought a crosley record player and the 33 1/3 speed plays too fast.

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How close are the other speeds? Chances are - especiall if you a musician - that the 33 1/3 speed is "generally" close, but not guaranteed that accurate. How far off do you think it is?

Depending on what you tell me, I'm not sure that PRACTICALLY there's a remedy. Let me know.

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