Question about Vintage Jukebox External Speakers Shelf System
Either a bad connection somewhere, or one channel in your amplifier is out.
Before you try anything else, switch the amp from 'stereo' to 'mono.' If the speakers come on, your amp is good and you simply have a bad connection somewhere between the amplifier and cartridge (thing that holds the stylus"needle"). Or, possible, but not probable, a bad cartridge.
For a quick fix, switch the amplifier to "mono" and then run all the speakers to the working channel.
In the meantime, if you're handy, try switching the speaker leads and such and see if you can isolate the problem.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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