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B and O beogram 1700

Works perfectly on 45 speed..... will not Turn / 33 speed....It will pause... I was wondering if I can change the face plate out of a 2402 and servo motor / control panel will it work? or whats my problem

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Problem might be the 33 switch. If it's gone bad, it will cause this kind of problem. The issue is not the motor. Possibly one of the capacitors or resistors might have gone bad. Not easy to determine without the proper tools and a service manual.

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