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Garage sale unit, powers up no sound or needle movement

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    stevehalley4 Feb 16, 2012

    I am not real familiar with the insides of stereo gear could you lend a little guidence, I have checked the fuses they are good.

  • stevehalley4
    stevehalley4 Feb 16, 2012

    I know enough to not get to deep into it, but before I take it to a shop ,I wanted to rule out any simple fixes.



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Have you checked the relays on the power/protection board? Fuses?

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fit a new needle and turn by hand to see where the needle is hitting.
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