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Turn table Crosley turn table spins fast and does not respond to the speed control. Any ideas?

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Hello Runaround. If out of warrenty and you got the 'want to' unplug the AC, lock the stylus arm,open unit up and unplug your interconnect ribbon cables one at a time & reseat them this includes the socketed ICbds as well. If the speed adjust is mechnical check for an obstruction. Good luck!

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