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I have only one side of the signal coming through from the deck

It seem to be a intrmittent fault as it worked for an hour lastnight and then stopped. how do you replace the lead?

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More than likely either your RCA cables need to be replaced, or the tonearm is damaged. Do you use Ortofon Concorde cartridges by any chance? If so, the tonearm could be faulty, or the connection from your cartridge to your tonearm might be loose. Just tighten the nut a little bit more.

If you use different cartridges, then the issue is probably your RCA cables and need to be replaced.

IN either case, professional assistance is highly recommended.

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Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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