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JVC L-A10 Turntable won't turn on

As I said it power won't come on. The belt is broken, I don't know if that would prevent the turntable from activating. All wires look good, however I have not looked inside at the circuit boards, any help would be appreciated.

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  • BenRecords Feb 03, 2009

    Thanks for very quick reply, I was wondering what to look for if its defective? This turntable has been in storage probably for 15 years or more. I know it needs a new belt, I already replaced the needle. I hope the circuit board is not fried out.

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There should be a fuse on the circuit board close to where the power cord connects, check to see if its good

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