How to Fix a Record Player?

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How to fix a record player can vary greatly. It would depend on exactly what is wrong with the record player. For example if the needle is damaged or broken, fixing it could be done by replacing the needle.
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1. Turn off and unplug the record player. Visually inspect the record player for signs of damage. Look for chips, dents and missing or broken parts. Compare them to a photograph or
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1. Straighten up a paper clip and use the sharp pointed edge to push a tiny hole located next to the tray that mounts your discs. This is your emergency eject button. The 6-disc CD
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It is very frustrating when your 6-disc CD player freezes or gets jammed and refuses to eject the discs. This normally happens when your player gets too old or the disc lens acquires
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1. Power down the Digilogic TV/DVD combo device. This performs a hard reset and corrects many programming issues with the system, including DVD playback issues (including problems
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How to Fix Record Players
Fixing record players requires mechanical and electrical knowledge. Record players function on the basic principles of physics and geometry. The turntable rotates the record at a set speed. The needle reads the vibrations the groove produces, and this... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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