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I have Philco 841.169 model and when I press the phono button so I can play an LP, it keeps showing the word "LINE" what does this mean and how I can start my turntable?

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About 3% of the time the 'brains' get scrambled, try unplugging it from the wall for a few minutes, sometimes this will 'fix' it.
if so, a power surge from your power company might have got it confused, if the problem continues try a surge protector power strip.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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