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Turntable spins too fast at both speeds

Turntable spins too fast

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  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    Turntable spins too fast. All mechanisms (gears, belt, etc.) appear in good working order but the platten rotates too quickly producing an "Alvin and the Chipmunks" effect.

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PITCH CORRECTION HAS VERY LITTLE EFFECT. THE BELT SHOULD BE FINE , IT'S A BRAND NEW MACHINE

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This is belt driven turntable....have you tried adjusting it via the pitch control or even getting another belt for that turntable....

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