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Records turning at approximately 33 not 33 1/3. A

Records turning at approximately 33 not 33 1/3. A bit slow. turntable hardly ever used.

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If it's not the belt some have speed preset controls which sometimes are found underneath (perhaps covered up) or they are on a pc board inside (accessed by underneathed).

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I have an old Sony Stereo Music System HP - 169 with a BSR Precision Crafted in Gt. Britain turntable ... everything works except the turntable won't do a thing. Table won't go around on its own .... when...


SEYLEVITT@JUNO.COM.
THERE IS A 3/4 CLIP THAT HOLDS THE TURNTABLE, SO IT DOES NOT COME OFF OF THE CHANGER. THAT CAN BE FROZEN TO THE LOWER SECTION.
(1) CAN YOU SPIN THE TURNTABLE WITH YOUR FINGER? (YES) (NO)
(2) DO YOU HAVE TO FORCE IT TO MAKE A 360 DEGREE REVOLUTION????? (YES) (N0)
(3) IF IT TURNS FREELY, AND YOU PUT THE
LEAVER IN ==MANUAL== 33 1/3 DOES THE TURNTABLE SPIN, BUT WILL NOT PLAY RECORD AT THE 33 1/3 SPEED., IT TURNS SLOW.
(4) REPLY TO SEYLEVITT@JU8NO.COM

I HAVE NOT KEPT THE E-MAIL THAT YOU ARE READING. ANSWER WITH MY QUESTION, BY THE NUMBERS.

SEYLEVITT@JUNO.COM
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