The turntable in my just bought Crosley CR49 moves up and down substantially when playing inhibiting smooth sound
Brand: Crosley CR49
Type of Appliance: Other
Nothing. I've just set it up. Tried a few records and was disappointed
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Yes please. I look forward to your answer.......A bit more detail. As the turntable and the record turn its like a seesaw down at the arm higher at the opposite side. Every minute or so there's a loud click. What's more the speed does not seem to stay as set. So musically it;s a bust. Let's not give up! Cheers,XXXXX XXXXX (XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX)
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