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Check to see if there is a switch setting for 7", 10", and 12" records. Sounds like a switch setting to me. Does it always pick up at the same physical location on any record? If so, that is the likely cause. Personally, if you have an extensive collection of vinyl, a Crosley is definitely NOT the best turntable to be playing them on. You'd get way better fidelity and save your records from physical groove damage by investing in a better turntable. If you wantthe collection to stay in good shape and retain their value, ditch the Crosley ASAP.
a thin line across the tv screen is called horizontal collapse it is caused by a power fault in some cases its simply a blown capacitor. in other cases it can be from the main transformer. in most cases the repair is more expensive than the unit to replace but it depends on the unit and your value to it. in any case it needs to be repaired by a good tech. make sure you get a quote up front so you know what your looking at paying.