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I have a SL-HM42, it has a small flat white plug on it and I'm not sure how to hook it up. Am I missing something?

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My guess is that the white is ground, the next one live power, and the other four are the speaker cables. Theoretically, you should just need to hook it up to a 12-V power supply, the speaker cable to an amplifier, and you should be good to go

Posted on Dec 04, 2011

  • LLLLL Apr 06, 2012

    Ok, that wasn't quite the fix...if you look at it head on, so the two "bumps" are at the top and you're looking into the connector, the white wire on the right (the left most too should be empty) is for the right speaker, not sure what the second one from the right is, the third from the right is the left speaker, then power ground, then 12 V +, then ground, then two blanks. I've gotten my record player powed, although I'm having difficulties corresponding the left/right ones to my speakers. All I'm getting (sending it through a different amp via speaker wires) is a popping sound or static. Anyone have any ideas?

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I'm trying to work out the same thing too. The stereo unit that came with the sl-hm42 stopped working recently and I'm trying to work out a way get the record player going again. By the looks of things I'm going to have to invest in a pre-amp to boost the output of the record player but that will be no good unless I can work out what each of the wires do....

Let me know if you work it out yeah?
Also, just to check, does your flat white plug have 6 wires?

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You will need:

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Step 1 - Remove the wooden base plate

After ensuring that you've removed the the rubber turntable slip mat and securely docked the turntable arm, carefully flip the turntable over onto its lid to expose the wooden base plate, as per below.

Using the small Philips-head screw driver, remove the screws holding the wooden base plate in place, then gently lift the base plate off the turntable.

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Step 2 - Expose the pitch adjustment screws

Once the wooden base plate is removed, you will see the speed-controller circuit board on the right-hand side.
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Step 3 - Correct the turntable playback speed and pitch

The easiest way I found to correct the playback speed was to flip the turntable carefully back into the original position, allowing the speed-controller circuit board to hang free as shown below.

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Next, play a record that you know well and are able to tell when the speed/pitch is correct (assuming you have an ear for correct pitch, that is!), then at the same time using the small flat-head screwdriver, gently turn the speed adjustment screw(s) to adjust the playback speed up or down until the correct playback speed and pitch is achieved (or at least until it no longer annoys you ;).

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