Question about Crosley CR79 CD Shelf System
Two possible reasons. First a faulty cartridge. With the amp on the phono setting, lift the arm up and you should see wires coming out of the cartridge. Make a note of how they fit or remove them from it one at a time. With your finger touching each wire, you should hear a buzz on at least two of the wires (one on the left and one on the right). If you do then the cartridge has gone! If you still don't get a buzz on the left, then the cartridge pre-amp has failed. Most likely an IC.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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