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Question about P-A688 Turntable

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...turning too slow! When I change the speed, it turns too fast. Help, please. http://www.archive.org/details/Turntable_Belt_Installation above is a generic video that applies to almost all belt driven ...

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Question about MV-1526 Microwave Oven

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...turntable and motor may be broken and the motor may be ok. The oven's microprocessor also controlls the motor. There could be a problem there. You'll need to have it looked at by a service center. ...

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Question about R-303CW Convection / Microwave Oven

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...cause Remove the turntable plate from the oven. Put a cup of water inside the oven, away from the turntable drive gear. Turn the oven on and look through the door to see if the drive gear is turning. ...

Question about R-303CW Convection / Microwave Oven

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...solution? This is known as wow and flutter. It's generally caused by the belt being lose on a belt drive turntable or the motor on a direct drive one. The motor can cause it too on a belt

Question about CR711 Autorama - Chrome Vintage Record Player

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record player does not turn everything else works, but when you turn the nob to phono, turntable does not work Usually there is a belt that drives the turntable. Sometimes it is hidden under the ...

Question about SL-BD20D Turntable

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I have a technics sl-bd20d and I have a constant hum from the left speaker when I turn on the phono. The right speaker works fine. I did ground the turntable to the receiver. What might be causing ...

Question about SL-BD20D Turntable

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...turn. Return the item to the place of purchase this is a manufacture defect. The problem is caused by a defective turntable

Question about CR7002A-OA Troubadour Turntable - Oak

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...cause more problems. Usually you can lift the turntable and check for problems. Sometimes there is a clip holding the turntable in place, but with small tools you should be able to get the clip free. ...

Question about ATLP120USB Turntable

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...rumble out of it, thus making it sound like too much base. This is known a Acoustic Feedback. It is caused by the speakers producing too much volume, or the base turned up to too high. This condition ...

...less than a year ago. The microwave has a touch screen control panel with a turntable on/off button. Pressing this button does not cause the turntable to turn on. Probably the drive motor has

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