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Rotel RA01 amp - volume control

Hi,
when I play my cd & radio via the amp I can control the volume ok. When I play my record player, the volume immediatley goes to full, even when the volume dial is at it's minimum.
How can I adjust/control the volume?

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Make sure you connected your record player in the right inputs. Better try it to a line level auxilliary input that is sure to pass the volume control. hope this helps..

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