TT stopping in midstream of playback? Perplexed.

I'm new to Audiogon. On March 20th, I posted a thread describing the recent power supply issues I've had with my AVID Volvere TT, and that I'm now having with my Sequel. Refer to: Anyone else had power supply issues with AVID TT? That thread contains all of the details regarding this interesting little quagmire. My Sequel has now inexplicably stopped in mid-playback 4 times (and counting) in the first month that I've owned it. The reply I keep hearing is that this issue must be related to my AC power. However, I measured my AC voltage over a three day period (Thurs. - Fri. - Sat.) and the fluctuation noted was between 117-122 volts. Throughout these TT interruptions, the Sequel power supply remains 'ON' and only 'playback' - the TT's spinning platter - is being affected (different than what the problem was with the Volvere). AVID had informed me that "the only thing that we can think of that is causing this is that the electrical supply to the power supply is being interrupted. This would affect the DSP section on the PSU, and not the power supply, hence it remains on". I was recommended to use my mains filter, hence I now have the Sequel plugged into a Shunyata Alpha 6 line conditioner, and still the issue persists - it stopped playing inexplicably again last night!. This is the most unique experience. I'm well aware of AVID's solid reputation, and that's one reason I bought the product. I also love this table and I do want to resolve this, but I find I honestly cannot think of anything that is happening on my end that may be causing this to occur. The fridge is on an entirely different breaker, as are the digital lines for both my computer and TV, and I always unplug the fridge when listening to music anyway. I've measured my voltage. Now I'm trying to identify a pattern between occurrences. I've plugged the Sequel's power supply into the Shunyata, as per AVID's recommendation, and still it stopped. I plan to continue to monitor this in the next two weeks, and if the issue persists, then I may have to return it to AVID - it's still under warranty. This is embarrassing. The customer service where I shop has been great, as has AVID. I feel like a nagging old ninny, but I swear, the damn thing keeps stopping in mid playback and it seems like there's absolutely nothing I can do about it. I'm a little stunned with it all. I made the investment of course with the hope that anything like this would never happen, and that I could have a great table for a least 5 -10 years or so. ARE THERE ANY OTHER TURNTABLE OWNERS OUT THERE WHO'VE EXPERIENCED A SIMILAR PROBLEM? I've heard about the static issue - thank you. ANYONE ELSE? Any suggestions?
PS: AVID has been great, and I made the Sequel upgrade for a reason: the incredible sound - to my ears - is undeniable. I'm simply fishing for a solution from anyone owning any turntable who may have had the same experience. Thanks for any replies.
I feel bad about your experience. I am an analog diehard for over 20 years and have owned a few turntables. However, I have never had any experience remotely related to yours. All the tables I owned and the one I still own never stops during music playback. I don't think voltage fluctuation will stop the table. It may affect the spinning speed. All my tables are plugged to the wall directly and never see any power treatment.

Since it is still under warranty, I would send it back for repair or exchange if I were you. The time you spend monitoring it or diagnosing the problem should be spent on listening to music. Hope you find a solution very soon.
No. I need to reinitiate the turntable 'play' mode again by pressing the play button. The table always starts up again and continues to play beautifully without any issues for an undetermined amount of time and then, however many days or hours later, it stops again. As stated, in the month now that I've owned it, it has only occurred four times, but it's distressing nonetheless, especially when I'm almost 100% positive it can't be my AC.