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I have a Rega 1. After playing several records, it just lost sound. Why?

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Possible the connections are gone- check the input for audio response. Trace the audio to the head to confirm the connection.
if not the stylus is faulty as it would have worn out or the head is faulty.

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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