Thanks.The label on the motor tells me that it is not a stepper motor, which is good because a stepper motor would be a poor choice for a record player. It looks like there is a speed control circuit as part of the motor assembly , but you give no view of it in the pictures. So the very first thing to do is carefully measure the voltage applied when the motor is supposed to be running. What I think I see is a motor with an external connection for setting the speed. Then the next step would be to see if the adjustment control for the motor speed is correct.
Also, in the one picture of the wires, it looks like the one black wire is not connected to the terminal. THAT would cause a problem.
It may also be that the system is complex and certain settings must be done before the motor will run. From the pictures we have all we can say is that the motor does not appear to be physically broken.
Yes, kind of.That switch is probably to turn off the power when no record is being played. That will make the motor last longer, and if there is a battery power option it will save the battery.
Thanks.If tghere is no need to switch off the motor then you could bypass the switch. If you always switch off the record player when not playing records there is not much need for it, is there?
Thanks.Are there any other connectors on the box? Is it working now?
Recording requires an audio output connector that may not be present on this player.
Thanks.Connect the recording source to the Volume control terminals (outer two) this is where the Phono or Din sockets are, it's a constant Volume.
On the Volume control there are 6 terminals for stereo and two for the on switch, the Ground terminals will be linked together, so the Left and Right channels will be the Outer two terminals, the Middle terminals are the wipers for the amplifier.Thanks.
I checked the pot for the Volume, as the PCB picture top left one, there are many wires, not easy to wiring it.
I may get a try of this link:
https://www.turntablelab.com/pages/recording-vinyl-into-your-computer-guide#:~:text=Connect your turntable output to,adjust input volume if necessary.
Thanks.On the Volume control there are 6 terminals for stereo and two for the on switch, the Ground terminals will be linked together, so the Left and Right channels will be the Outer two terminals, the Middle terminals are the wipers for the amplifier.
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