Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
I'm pretty sure it's the phono that comes out of the back. Only the left side is working. It looks pretty hard to get to though. Any advice you can offer would be very much appreciated thanks.
If not the phono it'll be a bigger problem I suppose!
Disconect the wires to the cartridge, with the amp powered up touch the wires with your finger (don't worry you won't get a shock) if you get a buzz on two of the wires (L&R) then the wiring is good. Therefore the cartridge is to blame. Also check the amp out too, by putting the left into the right etc. If it is the amp it will be a small IC that has failed. It will be on a board near the imput most likley.
Most turntables are accessed from the underside also.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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