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DaisyK
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Clarinette 95 with issues PLEASE HELP ME!

I'm a newby here so thanks for the help!

I recently came into posession of a Clarinette 95 Realistic 8 track stereo / record music system that seems to be in great shape and hardly used. However the only thing wrong with it has turned into a huge pain in the butt. Everything works except the stop start auto switch for the turntable feels like it is caught on something and is stuck in stop possition.

I have removed the bottom to view inside in ccase it was a simple snag but cant seem to find the issue. I am willing to take it into the nearest repair shop but would prefer if I could save myself the hour drive and $50 deposit + whatever it talks them to fix it.

I would love anysort of advice that could be shared or knowlage of any kind about this issue!

Thanks again in advance!

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DaisyK wrote:

I'm a newby here so thanks for the help!

I recently came into posession of a Clarinette 95 Realistic 8 track stereo / record music system that seems to be in great shape and hardly used. However the only thing wrong with it has turned into a huge pain in the butt. Everything works except the stop start auto switch for the turntable feels like it is caught on something and is stuck in stop possition.

I have removed the bottom to view inside in case it was a simple snag but cant seem to find the issue. I am willing to take it into the nearest repair shop but would prefer if I could save myself the hour drive and $50 deposit + whatever it talks them to fix it.

I would love anysort of advice that could be shared or knowlage of any kind about this issue!

Thanks again in advance!

When this unit was brand new, it was the audio equivalent of the Ford Pinto; cheap trash of the lowest quality.

If you have any records that you wish to play more than once, do not put them on that turntable, because it will probably do permanent damage to them.

I have no idea what your needs or budget are like, but that thing is a mistake. You really do need to get something else.

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