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You do need an amp of some kind. On the back of the deck will be RCA sockets, in the red and white ones you plug a line cable to the audio in sockets of an amp or receiver. The other two sockets are record. They go to the audio out of the amp.
It may be that the pick-up has micro dust on the lens. These plastic lenses will attract this small dust. you can clean it off with a bit of windex on a very clean swab. If it does not work then the spindle table height may have slipped down and the lens is outside it's focus range.
Mine did the sane thing. Since I had cassettes in at the time, I noticed that neither turned and I saw an "E" on each display. Figured the belts were broken or something. Unplugged unit and removed the cover. Both belts on each side were stretched out enough so that the wheels would not spin. Each side has 1 flat belt (like a rubber band) and another that is smaller , skinnier and perhaps circular in it's diametric shape (like an o-ring). A repair kit on E-Bay is $16.00 plus shipping and that's if you know how to replace them. A better bet is to go to your local Goodwill store and look at the electronics area. I found the exact deck there 8 years ago and it worked well. It cost me $9.99
Hi , i have just spent half of yesterday trying to replace 4 belts in a sony twin player , you wont need a manual just take the cover off and remove the white plastic cover off the cassette unit at the front , after you remove this cover all will be revealed , my opinion is get a repair person to do it for you as it is really fiddly and time consuming plus you have to buy the right belts anyway , hope this helps ..
Sorry, we have no belt listing for your specific model, but we do likely have what you need........
If you still have the old belt intact: > Lay it out flat on the table > Pinch it at both ends & straighten the belt but don't stretch it. > Measure the length & then double it and choose or we will recommend a size about 3-5% smaller.
Old belt too far gone to measure: > Just use a piece of string and thread it temporarily in place of where the belt goes. > Then measure the length of the string and Email us the exact length (inches). Along with your EXACT model number. If your belt has a round or square cross section, please give us the thickness as well. We can assist you in choosing a belt usually 3-5% smaller than the length you measured.
....from the turntableneedles.com site