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Turntable failure I have, I'm guessing, a late '60's model Magnavox Console Stereo Model# 2P3322 that I inherited. I went to use the record player and found that the turntable doesn't spin. It has power but nothing happens.

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The drive wheel has probably dried up and is just slipping. Also, any grease that was in there has probably turned more to glue. This unit will need some TLC and some time to get all of the old grease out. A re-lube as well as a new wheel (if still available) and you will be good to go!
Dan

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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