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If the unit is belt driven, (sometimes hidden) that is common cause of turntable failing to turn. Either belt comes off or is deteriorated.

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My Rockola Tempo 1, just stopped mid record. Previously the carousel would slow down/hesitate at a certain point when selecting, but never stopped. Switched it on occasionally, with no movement.


I would put money on the belt snapping. 5 years is about right. Especially if you do not use it often. The slow down and hesitate is even more indication of a belt getting hard and then slipping and snapping. They need to keep moving to stay soft. Get a new belt and you will be likely good to go.

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How to change needle on record player


The "needle" should be connected to the record player in a simple fashion, just inserted into a slot. First see if you can remove the existing "cartridge" (the entire part that includesd the needle) and then look online for a replacement that looks the same, or search according to the turntable model number. There are many different types of cartridges, so you need to know what to buy. Here is a link to show man of the possibilities: https://www.google.com/search?q=turntable+cartridges&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=aoHfVPXhN8PZoATI3YIY&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAg&biw=1920&bih=952

Search google with the model number of your turntable, and then the word "cartridge"

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How do i replace needle on record player


Here is the cartridge you need to buy: http://www.turntableneedles.com/Pfanstiehl-P-188-Ceramic-Cartridge-for-Yorx-Crosley-Nostalgics-CZ800-etc_p_1760.html

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Not receiving STEREO output when toggle switch for mixer is in the STEREO position


Here are a couple of steps you can do first before opening up the mixer & I'll word this so that it covers every potential item, (Turntables, CDJ's, Rack Mount CD Players, External Player, PC, Laptop, etc.) Obviously there are a multitude of items that could be the cause of you only receiving your RIGHT MASTER OUT since you didnt specify what item this occurs with if not all. So here's a quick legend for you to follow my references regarding the NUMARK 5000FX Mixer so here we go:
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MIC/Line Phono/CD Phono/CD Phono/CD LA/LB Zone/Booth/Rec/MSTR
LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LO LOLOLO LO
RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RO RORORORO
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1. Turntables - A) If being used make sure the little black switch on the back is set to Phono instead of CD. Plug just one table in, play the record & see if there's only one side of your MASTER output jumping and make note of it. Then repeat the exact same steps for all Phono inputs (total 3) & again make note of your MASTER output signal Left or Right or Both sides jumping. This will help you identify if its just a specific channell that only works on R or L.
B) Now do the exact steps above for the other turntable & this will confirm whether or not the Phono cables went bad on the turntable or if a specific channell is has gone bad while in Phono mode.
2. CDJ's/Rack Mount CD Player - A) Now just use your CDJ's/Rack Mount CD PLayer for the next test & be sure to now change the little black switch on the back from Phono to CD. Just as the steps with the turntable perform the same for this item in all possible RCA's (total 6) & note your MASTER channell output signals L & R.
B) Now do the same for the other CDJ/Rack Mount CD Player & this will confirm whether or not the RCA cables went bad on the CDJ's/Rack Mount Player or if a specific channell has gone bad while in CD mode.
3. Audio Cables OUT - A) There are a host of ways to have your audio come OUT & multiple configurations depending on how you record &/or bounce your audio OUT. Now since you say your MASTER OUT digital meter is only jumping on the R side depending on if you're going with RCA MASTER OUT or XLR BALANCED MASTER OUT either or is what'll show the digital reader bouncing with audio so check both. It could very well have been a cable going bad on you simple as that & you can check that by pluging your cable that works on the R side into the L side. If it starts showing a reading on the digital meter than you've solved the problem being a bad cable. Also don't forget to check your ZONE, BOOTH & RECORD OUTS as well however these will not show on your digital meter so open up your audio recording software to confirm that L & R sides are working for these.
B) Last but not least double check that your BALANCE knob is set directly at 12 o'clock, this could sometimes be the culpret.

Well I hope this helps & good luck.

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I. Have a profx12. I am running just into laptop.i want to use my jvc receiver to playback recording instead of listening through headphones. Is this possible.


it should be if you hook something up to an input channel like w the band i was in i had to hook my turntables up to a microphone jack on an open channel . so yeah if u plug lets say a cd player plug the output of that into the input of the mackie and make sure you have your speakers in the output of mackie all set up and it should work no problem. We have the same mackie

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Hello my AT turn table was distorting when trying to play a record, so I changed the stylus, but it still distorts. Any suggestions? Thanks!


I am assuming that you have used the turntable in the past (with the same set-up) without problem.
If so I would suspect that you need to replace the whole cartridge rather than just the stylus.
If this is a new turntable or you have connected it to a different hi-fi system (or a different input on your existing system) the problem is likely to be an impedance mis-match. In that case you may need to turn off any built in pre-amplifier in the turntable.

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Simply need to know if the turntable is delivered locked and, if so, how to unlock it


There are 2 screws on the top that local the turntable to the main cabinet. Ajust these to the oposite position to free the table.

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How can tou take a small bump from a Turntable Record


Place it between two very FLAT things with thin cloth padding and put weight on it for a while, say a week or so. Have it in a warm area during the time.

Two pieeces of glass or flat material like shelving material might work. Use a single layer of cotton on each side of the record to protect the record. You will need a lot of weight... say 20 pounds... stack of books for instance.

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Record player does not turn everything else works, but when you turn the nob to phono, turntable does not work


Usually there is a belt that drives the turntable. Sometimes it is hidden under the turntable and you lift the rubber record pad to access it. They fall off or deteriorate causing these problems.

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I have no clue how to play a cd there... I mean, the radio is no problem, i can turn it off and on, can search for a prog, no big deal. but how do i start the turntable? maybe someone even has a manual for...


to start a turntable press Start button and put an arm with a needle across record, if there is no start button, just put arm across record - it should auto-start; to play cd put it in and press play (play button shoud be near the cd slot, together with stop, skip and others)

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