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I purchased a Crosley all-in one system. I really enjoy it and was playing some Christmas albums and when I went back to play some more the needle on the turntable would not work... it would just go all the way to the end of the record and stop... scanning over the record instead of playing it... Is this a needle problem or an unbalance problem or a spring problem or what? Please help.

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SOURCE: can't play records on my crosley cr66 turntable

You have to lift the tonearm up, and move it to the right slightly. This starts the turntable moving.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011

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