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Well read your guide, instead of easy ask things, a phono output has a ground wire, and if your tt has a line output, just use a cd or aux input. If your amp doest have a line input and your turtable only has a phone and ground output, you need to buy first a phono amplifier and connect that output to a line input on onee of your amplfier.... Jst buy a cheao one fron project for 100 euro
Somewhere in the jack or the plug you have a wire broken. You will just have to look for it. If you have a volt ohm meter, this will aid you in finding the broken conductor. When you find the bad connection, you will probably have to solder it back together.
Typically, one would run a single wire, 18 or 20 gauge will work, from the turntable motor housing to the amp chassis. I know the older amps have a ground screw on them,, but any chassis screw will work.
This does happen. The RCA cables used on the Technics 1200's aren't of the greatest quality, and you will find lower output on some turntables. This can become an issue, if you record your sets to your PC, or you use Serato, Final Scratch, or any of the digital control set ups. There is only 1 way to resolve this, and that's to switch out the RCA cables on both turntables, and ensure that they are matched. This can be done by any qualified audio service technician. Just make sure you choose some good quality RCA cables, and not the standard OEM Technics cables.