Question about Crosley CR249TA Turntable
Try checking these:
- the CD door motor rubber drive belt (if there is one), it could be either loosened or broken, if so, it needs to be replaced
- the door open/closed sensor switches (contacts), they could be oxydized or damaged, they are located somewhere under the CD tray, possibly at the front end of the unit (depends on brand and model), you need to clean these with some fine sandpaper
It could be something else like the door motor driver IC, the power supply for the motor, a bad capacitor in the motor drive section, a loose connection or a broken wire somewhere, but hopefully, it's just a bad rubber belt or a dirty contact.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
The only thing (I think) that would cause a 45 to play badly and the 33 not, is either the cartridge or stylus, most likely the stylus. It's either worn or damaged, so it fits badly in the larger grooves of 45's then the smaller ones of 33!
The signal coming from the cartridge is the same on 45 as it would be from 33.
Posted on May 25, 2010
If you just received it? I would return it. You have done everything i would have done. If its brandnew? I would deffinately return it. You don't want to void warranty.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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