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Old 30th May 2004, 06:10 AM   #1
EJCUSA1 is offline EJCUSA1  United States
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Default Speed Problem

Hello all, I have the Kenwood KD-500. I'm noticing that at 33rpm's or 45 that the plater is drifting a little. Looking at the strobe afect on the side of the plater, the block will run smoth(stay in one spot) and then drift for a second and run smoth again. I've tried to adjust the pitch and I have cleaned the pods, but it's still doing it. Any idea's any one.... Thanks. Eric
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