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If you plugged it into the aux or vcr input and have no sound, you probably need a phono amplifier first. Signals from turntable are very low in comparison to other sources and need to be boosted up to normal levels first.
There is a small glass automotive fuse that is located inside the unit next to where the power comes into the unit. You can check this fuse to make sure that it is not blown. If the fuse is blown, you can replace it. But chances are that it will blow again. But sometimes it will work for a long while.
I would suspect that the receiver has only an AUX input. If that is the case, you will need to purchase a phono pre-amp. These are readily available for about $20 or so. This will boost the low signal level from the table to line level which is what the AUX input is expecting.
hi, might need your services in the future so i will save your site cheers . here is the fix which i found on a tascam forum ( press track edit and arrow up) this re instates factory settings . after i did that the (record) light and (play )light worked although there was no sound thru my h/phones when i recorded aaaagggghhhh switched off the unit fed up. the following day when i switched the unit back on every thing was ok .maybe it required to be shut down?? a bit like a pc, for all the corrections to be installed who knows it must be said that i am a technical buffoon i prefer hitting big rocks with big hammers ,this foray into high tech numbs my brain instantly and leaves me with a twitch .william