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It's likely the belt has slipped of and probably needs replacing. You can do this yourself. It will be found under the turntable matt. The trick though is fitting it back on. But you might find the instructions on-line (enter the model number into google search). Some people have even put YouTube video's on how to replace the belt on popular turntables.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

Transforners are safety parts and should only be replaced by those authorised by the maker. If you need to replace it contact Crosley as to where you can get one.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Jan 14, 2013

Here i have added two links which will take you to the needle for Croslye CR 74. There you can also fined the code for the item

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Crosley CR74... | Answered on Dec 11, 2012

If it a PROPER head-shell the leads DO come off the pins at the rear of the cartridge.

Also if you are using EXTERNAL speaker it may be that the speaker leads are incorrectly wired to the speakers and that would simply be a matter of swapping the external speaker outputs over.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Nov 03, 2011

Hi, Unless there has been some kind of damage done to the cartridge iy is only the stylus that you need to replace. I have them in stock. cheers john. [email protected]

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011

Unfortunately it is the laser pickup that is the problem, if it has not worked from day one it was flawed from manufacture, and if you happen to have warranty left I suggest you use it now, simply because to replace the assembly would not be cost effective.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Feb 21, 2011

If this is a belt driven turntable, then you have to replace the belt, as this units gets old the belts loosen up as well.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Aug 21, 2010

It is caused by the turntable not turning steadily. More than likely it is mechanical probably caused by defective belt drive. If the change in pitch is in regular interval then more than likely it is mechanical. It can be caused electrically when current or voltage fluctuates casuing the turntable to go faster or slower. Fixing this problem requires opening the unit. Check the belt it may be loose or stretched or may a debris is stucked on it.

Crosley CR74... | Answered on Jun 26, 2010

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