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Attach to the PHONO input if there is one.

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I hope you have it connected to the Phono input on the left rear of the receiver. Otherwise the minute signal generated by the phono cartridge is too small for the other inputs to process.

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You need to attach the ground to a special ground "lug" or "screw" on the next item in the chain.

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