Question about Emerson Car Audio & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
if it arrived by mail then the sender might have screwed the transit screws down to avoid damaging the phono , i am not familiar with memorex but if like most turntables there should be some big screw heads visible on the top of the phono or possibly even under the platter all you have to do is unwind the screws until the platter unit moves freely [you should be able to push it up and down a little bit ]
Posted on May 24, 2009
they sell a wiring adapter at most stereo shops thet will not mess up any wiring in the car and they even mark the wires with taps for you
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
Check your cord first, make sure it's in good shape. Sometimes the main transformer goes out, and you can use a DC adapter to bypass the 120 V source. Could be a fuse, or something else in the power supply inside the unit.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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