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JVC L-A10 won't turn on

As I said the turntable won't turn on, now the belt is broken as well, would that cause the unit not to turn on? I can replace the belt but I was wondering if this means a hardware malfunction.

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The two issues are unrelated. a few turntables won't show life until the tonearm is moved over to the record area. at this point the motor should start turning wether it has a belt or not.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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