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TURNTABLE MY SONY PS-T3 TURNTABLE DIRECT DRIVE STEREO FULL AUTOMATIC. THE REPEAT,START/STOP SWITCH IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY IT WILL NOT STOP WHEN YOU ADJUST THE SLIDER- SWITCH TO START THEN BACK TO STOP IT STILL STAYS ON !

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My audiobox, RS2663 displays "read" in the window and the cd won't come on,,,,,,,it continues to flash read......what am I doing wrong, or how do I fix this...A.Hahn

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