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Turntable technics sl-bd27

There is no sound coming out from the right speaker and it is sure that is the turntable

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  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    player is playing fine, and then the sound goes out in the right speaker.  If I tap the turntable with my finger lightly, it comes back on for a little while, but may go out again randomly at any time.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    need wiring diagram

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    can i get a turntable compatible with my dv280 system

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You have 4 wires coming from the needle pickup to the cables which connect to the amplifier/receiver. I would check the needle, the pickup unit, and the leads from the pickup to the cables. You can probably run a continuity test or ohm test for verification. If that checks, pickup and needle is your next step.

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