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Hi Doug

My turntable is in storage (with everything else) so I cant have a look
But as far as I am aware the motor is powered directly from the switch and takes the full 16Vac
Looking at the service sheet _ there is a 3 contact block which transfers power from the motor drive to the bus
this may have come adrift

Hope this helps
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Hi Doug

That does not sound promising

There is a small capacitor in the circuit near the motor , that may have given up
the service sheet does not give a circuit diagram or a value for the capacitor

It does not look easy to replace the motor Mechanism
The mechanism is the same for 6052 and 6152 turntables
The Part No. is- 50 6052

I had one 6052 turntable that turned quite slowly compared to my 6152c turntable but as both were bought second hand
you never know how much they have been used.
I ended up selling the slow one

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Hi Doug

Now that sounds like a good economical fix
Prices for genuine parts are just "off the Planet"

I'm sure other people will benefit if you find a reasonable price repair for your turntable
I have seen a couple sold on Ebay Locally (au) with a need for new motors

Regards Zmil
 
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