Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Is the amplifer working OK? Go to the phono input and put your finger on the right channel. It should hum. if it does not, you might have lost the internal preamp for cartridges. If it does hum then you need to recheck the right channel wires, conections etc. Don't forget you can change the conections over and see if the left channel will come on the right side.
If it is the preamp you might find an IC is the cause. Often these devices here are static sensetive.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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