Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
One sided signal (right side only) already replaced lead,so that should rule out faulty cable...any other suggestions would be appreciated.
If you already replaced the RCA cables (red/white), and can rule out your cartridge/stylus, then the only last remaining part that could be faulty is the tonearm itself. The part is sold HERE, however, self-replacement is not recommended, unless you have soldering skills.
Question, did you replace the RCA cables direct from the board - unsoldering the old ones, and soldering on the new ones? Or did you just splice to the old cables? If you did not replace from the root, this would not solve the problem of a faulty cable.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2008
While the TT is plugged into the stereo and ON..volume up a wee bit, touch the "hot -signal" leads,one at a time, with tweezers or a metal pick .
See if you get hum from both channels. If you do, its your cartridge that poop or stylus.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Have you tried using a different needle?
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
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