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How to adjust speed the record player back to normal on top my Crosley McQueen stereo?

I have a problem the record player on top my stereo. The 33 1/3 rpm is fast like almost 35 or 36 rpm. My stereo is Crosley McQueen. Can you please help me? How to adjust speed back to normal like 33 1/3?

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