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Hi, Do one thing Remove the palter and put one drop of lubricating oil in the center shaft. Also put one drop in the motor shaft. Be carefull do not drope the oil in motor pulley. If so clean the pulley with a cloth. Because it will cause slipping the belton the pulley.Then put the plater back. Rotate the plater with arms for some time. Then check.
Have you checked the belt? The speed is changed by lifting the glass platter and adjusting the tension on the belt using one of two size wheels attached to the motor. The belt may have either slipped off, disappeared over the years or just worn causing it to slip too badly to start the platter. Try it with the platter off and the belt unattached and see if the drive wheel will start with no load.
Unlikely- it might be in the wrong position, but that could be caused by the belt being slack, in which case you would need to replace it. Check the belt is set up right and if it slips out again replace the belt. Otherwise look around inside for another cause. IE faulty power supply to the motor.
Sounds to me like the belt has snapped or slipped off. Lift the platter off the table. On the inside of the platter you will notice a second ring, or rim. the belt should be put on the outside of the second rim while the platter is still in your hands. Next, slide back the platter and look for the spindle running the platter through one of the big holes in the platter. Slip the belt onto the spindle and turn with your hand to make sure it runs freely. Hope this helps
The labels on the LP's stick up higher than the vinyl. These slip on each other when you stack LPs.
One LP sits directly on the turntable mat and has enough friction to turn.
The only solution I can think of is to put something 'tacky' on the labels but this might be detrimental to the label.