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Crosley CR40 playing 33 1/2 too fast? What can I do to slow it just a little bit?

I bought this turntable about 2-3 months ago. All works fine except it plays records a tad too fast and I would like to know what to do to slow it down. Thanks :)

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I had the same problem. this video post helped me out alot. Now i'm enjoying my crosley record player. very little adjustment was needed to get my turntable to slow down just a bit. good luck!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUXp2v1Bw5s

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I would get a vintage turntable and not a new one inexpensive one. The new record players do not last.

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