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Old 30th August 2012, 05:54 PM   #1
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Cool Marantz turn table

Hi all, I have a Marantz turn table model tt551, the problem I am having with it is that when I turn on the main power source the turn table starts to spin where it should not, the button to activate the stylus arm and the turn table does not work where it should, has any one had this type of problem, I would like to get it repaired I live in Perth am looking for someone who repairs these Marantz turn tables and also the amps, cassette decks, VHS players. Cheers Steve.

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