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Audio technica turntables issue AT 60-LP usb the start and stop buttons no longer work the drive doesn't turn. Belt is fine. the wires that push internal mechanisms are no longer connected. Help

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There are a number of helpful videos on YouTube about this model turntable, it might give you the answer you need.

Posted on Feb 28, 2016

Testimonial: "Thanks I took it in to be serviced. The transformer had blown. It works really well now"

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SOURCE: Optimus lab 1100 Turntable won't turn!

The mechanics in your arm postion is throwing the switch. A mechanical postion switch has sliped out of postion, a arm from the toner arm post has moved to an encorrect postion, or if your turntable has a multi-album play abilty your 'next to play record' post postion sensor switch is out of postion. Last or first is your belt could fool ya. Your belt may have a weak spot on it in turn no friction underload.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Phono Preamp buzz

Ditto. Double check the ground cable. If it is connected, then try a different set of RCA cables. Also check the connections on your headshell/cartridge. Make sure all 4 wires are properly secure.

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Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Sony PS-LX5 Turntable

It might be the moter , through it in the bathtub and see if yousee sparks.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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SOURCE: The turntable for Crosley Radio CR66 will not work.

http://www.archive.org/details/Turntable_Belt_Installation

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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SOURCE: belt is off my audio-technica turntable at-pl50

WASH YOUR HANDS FIRST! Any oils on the drive belt may cause slippage.

This is from the manual:

A) Remove the record mat from the turntable platter
(Fig. 10a). Through an opening in the
turntable platter, visually inspect to see if the drive belt
is around the motor pulley (Fig. 10b).
B) If the drive belt is not around the motor pulley: Lift
and remove the turntable. Place a thumb into each of
the left and right openings on the turntable platter; and,
using the fingers to press down on the turntable housing’s
surface, pull the platter straight up (Fig. 10c).
Avoid pressing on the tone arm.
C) With the turntable platter bottom side up, place the
belt along the outside wall of the turntable platter's
drive rim, making certain that the belt is smooth and
flat all the way around (Fig. 10d).
D) Put the turntable back on the center spindle, make
certain it is fully seated, and align one of its openings
over the motor pulley position.
E) Through the opening, carefully hook the turntable
belt with a finger or with the original red ribbon (never
use a sharp object) and pull the belt over the motor
pulley (Fig. 10e). Make certain the belt is not twisted
between the pulley and the platter’s drive rim.
F) Put the record mat back on the platter.
G) While holding the tone arm in its rest position,
slowly turn the platter by hand clockwise at least 10
rotations to clear the mechanism’s automatic cycle.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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