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Nsm phoenix jukebox
« on: July 27, 2021, 08:18:12 pm »
Hello all,

I have a nsm phoenix jukebox that I've been trying to get working.  The amp was supposedly bad and has a buzz like ground noise when changing cds. I was told I  need a harness by the repair man.

Now the amp that's in there sounds very low and when I turn up the volume it's louder but nowhere near 300w more like 5w.

My first guess is
A. Did the volume control box give out.
B. Can I just run a external amp to the speakers as I can't find any known parts.

Any help is welcome thanks again.