Question about Crosley Audio Players & Recorders
Unplug the leads from the cartridge. With your amp on. With your finger touch the left and right wires one at a time. If the amp produces a buzz which is loud, then it's good. Just hold say the right wire for some time. If the buzz stays loud, then it's the cartridge that is faulty. Or if not... If the amp has other things connected to it such as a CD and that plays OK then, it could be the pre-amp for the magnetic cartridge. This is generally a single IC which will need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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