Question about Technics SL-BD22 Turntable
This model come with a ground wire plugin which is located next to the audio outputs, and if not proparely grounded will not play.How can I solve my problem. Thanks Mona,
P.S. I have the original ground wire.
Just plug in a single wire from a normal electric wire - between the screw and just into the groundhole - as i remember
Posted on May 29, 2013
Well, it will play, it will just be very annoying to hear that humm. Unfortunately, you cannot get the wire plug from Technics, as it has been discontinued. So, the only other option is to take it to a service center, and have them 'hard-wire' a ground table to the unit. This entails opening it up and running a ground wire from the inside of the unit. Shouldn't cost you much, and should take about 30 min or so to complete. If you are quoted more the US$40, take it else where.
Any qualified electronics technician should be able to handle this. It's Audio Repair 101 - very easy stuff.
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