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Right channel does not work. cables are all okay and amp is okay

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Check the stylus or cartridge connections. Disconnect, then reconnect them to ensure good contact. You can swap them around to see if the problem follows a certain connection, and you can do the same to the RCA connections on the turntable.

If that is not the problem, you may want to try changing either the cartridge or stylus, or both of them out, if you have an older set. It may not be cheap to find turntable parts these days, however...

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 17, 2011


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