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I have a Cambridge audio turntable which looses sound quality about halfway through record, as though it looses one of the channels (on the right hand side). I've tested the speakers, the amp, even had it sent off to Cambridge to be tested by them but with no success. Has anyone else had a problem like this and could you suggest anything that may help fix it?

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Might be a weak relay or transistor in that channel, they both will stop and reset when overheated. make sure you're ready to test it when it does this again, this may help you locate the bad component. I'm leaning towards the transitor, because they also amplify sound signals in radio frequency.

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