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How do I fix my Crosley record player wobble?

How do I fix my Crosley record player wobble?

Wobble, sway, or speed related issues are generally caused by a worn or old belt. Replacement belts can be purchased by contacting our Customer Service Team at 1-866-CROSLEY, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM EST.

Can you replace the needle on a Crosley record player?

Thrilled to find this replacement needle for my turntable. Snapped right on with NO problems! Records sound GREAT! It is a very tiny plastic bit with the needle delicately attached, but it is the same as the one which originally came with our unit.

What are the parts of a turntable called?

The turntable has several basic components including the plinth (base), the revolving platter, the tone arm, the cartridge and stylus, and the mechanical and electronic components to make it all work.

What is wrong with Crosley record player?

Crosley players have a cheap and rough needle which means it will wear out/damage your records a little faster than other higher quality players. However it’s not like a Crosley will destroy your records as soon as you put them on.

Why is my Crosley record player wobbling?

The most likely cause of wobble is the platter (the thing your record sits on) that is causing the wobble. If you get down eye level, you can see if it is wobbling.

What’s wrong with Crosley turntables?

The reason are the cheap styli found on Crosley players and on similarly priced entry level turntables like Jensen. The tips are not carefully manufactured and have rougher edges, which wear down your records at a much faster pace than well-made, high-end styli.

Is Crosley still in business?

Modern Marketing Concepts resurrected the Crosley name after the original brand was discontinued by parent company AVCO in 1956, due to declining sales. The modern Crosley first marketed turntables in 1992. Today, Crosley is one of the country’s leading marketers of turntables, as well as radios and jukeboxes.

Do Crosley turntables ruin records?

Yes. All needles that make contact with a record rub off a tiny amount of the record with every play. Even expensive needles on the best turntables on the market do some damage over time with repeated plays. This is the unfortunate downside to vinyl.

How long do Crosley needles last?

approximately 1,000 hours
Crosley turntables feature diamond-tipped needles and last for approximately 1,000 hours of playtime before replacement is needed.

What are the parts of a turntable cartridge?

The cartridge consists of several components: the stylus, cantilever, magnets, coils and body. The stylus is the part that, when in use, is the interface with the record surface and tracks the modulations in the groove. It is typically made of a small polished diamond or other industrial gemstone.