Model #13291881900 LXI Portable Audio

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Programable Record player Help, Sears Model # 132.91881900

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It is hard to believe someone threw out this great turntable system. The expert may have some resources to find a user guide. But if not you might try sites like Ebay or Craig's list.

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Barbara H. -
April 03, 2011
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The "Programmable Automatic" is the selector on the right side. You can stack additional records on the post and when the bottom one is finished then the next record will drop and begin to play. I do not know the exact operation on this model. The two screw post on the bottom right and upper left side of the platter my need to be turned to adjust the height of the platter. I know this is not a lot of information, but hope this gets you going on the right track. If I find a manual I will let you know.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
April 04, 2011
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thanks never knew you could stack them up, it just tracks to the 45 position but thats more than i knew, Thanks again

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Matthew -
April 04, 2011
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Where did you get the stylus for the Stereo System. I just bought one and it needs a new stylus. Radio and cassette player work fine!

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Jason -
December 28, 2011
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Sears Compact Stereo 132.91881900 record turntable does not move

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Not being able to use your stereo can be quite a disappointment. While you are waiting for a reply from an expert I recommend on visiting you nearest local Sears repair center. you also may visit the Sears Home Service website and schedule a service technician. Below I have provided the link. Hope this is helpful.

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Priscilla V -
December 26, 2010
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If your Turntable will not turn at all even if you try to turn it slightly with your hand then the grease might have seized up under the table. I do not know the specifics of your turntable, but if it has been sitting around for a few years without being used then the grease has become more of a solid.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
December 28, 2010
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