When start /stop button pressed platter just move's backwards and forwards about 5mm ..if I then press the stop/start button twice again it will start to move but with a really slow pick up... pitch works ok and no flickering lights... when I stop the platter again after it's been turning it's if I have turned the on/off switch off .....PLEASE HELP.....
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Try moving the tone arm lever to raise the arm, if it has one.(MAKE SURE YOU HAVE RELEASED THE ARM CLIP!) Then with the arm raised move the arm over towards the platter. If platter still doesn't rotate, and its a belt drive, A. The belt is bad. or B. The belt has come off the platter or motor pulley.
First try as fallow, get in to the seat, then keep tight your foot on floor and give a good press backward to the seat and operate the seat switch towards back, just release and do it again keep going that way it will start to move back words, if it start to move do it few time and do it every time you get in to the car at least two time per day continue it for one week, It will be OK otherwise need chassis no for more information,
did you ever open the turntable. It sounds like the on/off switch is bad. Remove the platter and screws with a phillips screw driver and just make sure the connections are in place. make sure you disconnect the power first. let me know what happens afterwards.
1. Press the Timer/Clock button until "CLOCK" shows, blinking, on the display. 2. Press Set/Demo. The hour indicator on the clock should start blinking. 3. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to set the hour. 4. Press Set/Demo. The minute indicator on the clock should start blinking. 5. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to
set the minute. 6. Press Set/Demo twice. (Pressing once moves to the timer set mode.)
THE PITCH slider or the variable resistor could have gone faulty. A new pitch is only $25 i think. They may need to salvage the pcb from your old one as technics no longer manufacters them. I've never seen the pitch led stay on lock when the actual pitch is not at zero. Hopefully the pitch did not short out the brake or the variable resistors on the motor's circuitboard.