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You can use any of the inputs you listed for a turntable, but you'll need a turntable preamp. The output level from the turntable's cartridge is too low on its own, and needs a boost to bring it to the line level those inputs need. The turntable preamp (also called a phono preamp) provides that boost.
Preamps are available from many online sellers, and you may be able to locate one at a retail store in your area. Radio Shack still sells one in some of their stores, and they are often available at musician supply stores or audio shops. It simply installs between the turntable output and receiver input. You'll also need an AC outlet nearby since the preamp needs a power source.
I cleaned the contacts on the transistors and it's working great now. Previously, I spilled some drink on the unit and it went into protect mode and it was in the power amp section. It's all up and running again. Thanks for the info. --Steve B.