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Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operating with the tonearm in the play position)
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Fault in the power circuit to the motor.
 
Since it is “new’ to avoidprevent voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).
Since it is “new’ to avoidprevent voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Отредактировано: jayeff ,

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Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operating with the tonearm in the play position)
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Wiring faultFault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc or in the power supply for the turntablemotor.
v. Wiring faultFault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc or in the power supply for the turntablemotor.
 
Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Отредактировано: jayeff ,

Текст:

Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operatingoperating with the tonearm in the play position)
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operatingoperating with the tonearm in the play position)
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc or in the power supply for the turntable
 
Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Отредактировано: jayeff ,

Текст:

Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operating)
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc or in the power supply for the turntable
v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc or in the power supply for the turntable
 
Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Отредактировано: jayeff ,

Текст:

Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operating)
iii. Loose or broken belt (only if you can hear the motor operating)
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc
 
Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Отредактировано: jayeff ,

Текст:

Hi @fixmyturntable,
 
With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?
 
Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?
 
Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?
 
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selectedselected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selectedselected and there is power when in phono mode, then there may be several causes.
 
i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.
 
ii. Faulty speed selector switch.
 
iii. Loose or broken belt
 
iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.
 
v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc
 
Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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Оригинальный сообщение: jayeff ,

Текст:

Hi @fixmyturntable,

With the tonearm moved into the playing position, can you hear audio (noise in speakers) if you ''gently'' rub the stylus, indicating that there is power when the player is in the phono mode?

Just verifying the it is in ‘phono’ mode?

Does it still work for 45 rpm speeds, you didn’t say?

If it doesn’t work for any of the speeds selected, then there may be several causes.

i. Microswitch that is operated when the tone arm is moved away from the ‘at rest’ or ‘home’ position and over a record may not be operating.

ii. Faulty speed selector switch.

iii. Loose or broken belt

iv. Faulty turntable drive motor.

v. Wiring fault in the power circuit to the motor through the switches etc

Since it is “new’ to avoid voiding the warranty by opening the unit to check what is wrong it may be better to contact the manufacturer about a warranty repair. Here are their details TOLL FREE# 1-877-ITECH-97 (1-877-483-2497).

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