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Hi , I`m JackPerhaps I can help you with this problem
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The signal coming from the turntable is too low for line level inputs beside the fact that it needs to be corrected (riaa correction)
What you need is a small preamp between the turntable and receiver .
Something like this at this link ; http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-PP400-BEHRINGER-MICROPHONO/dp/B000H2BC4E
Or this ; http://www.ebay.ca/itm/like/291699682318?limghlpsr=true&hlpv=2&ops=true&viphx=1&hlpht=true&lpid=116&chn=ps
Radio shack may have that as well
Finally , if your turntable has a ground wire beside the rca/phono connector then make sure to ground it on the receiver .
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You can loosen a top cover screw and attach it there
Any screws on the back panel will do and look around the tuner antenna inputs , usually there is one there
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Do you have to crank up the volume to hear anything ?
O.k then I just looked up this turntable and indeed it has a built-in preamp which is something new .
Never mind the other preamp then , it says "line level"
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Hello, My name is ***** ***** I am a different expert. Yes this model does have an RIAA correction amplifier (phono stage), so does not need an external preamp. You will need to ground as Jack stated above which I believe you said works. As far as only one speaker working, move the turntable RCA cables left to right (meaning switch their position), and see if the other speaker works then. This isolates whether the Input or output connections are the root cause. If the same speaker is working when the Input RCA cables are swapped around- then it's a speaker wiring issue.
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Sorry Aric but I just misread the last reply from Philip before opting out .
Philip , your turntable is stereo and even if it was mono you`d still have sound out of both channels
Check your leads coming out of the turntable for a break and also directly at the cartridge .
That shell comes out , pull it out and check its wiring
What you are doing righ now by setting the amp to mono is sending the one turntable lead that work to both channels of the amp .
So now you are listening to only one side of a stereo signal through both speakers , you could have missing sounds !