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Most 1960s/1970s stereo receivers are fairly easy to repair; capacitors seem to be the big issue, and to a lesser degree, transistors. As for the turntable, they are on eBay all the time. You might get lucky and find a same make/model changer to replace yours, or you can often install a different make/model changer without too much trouble.
Most console stereos of this era have an auxiliary input, which is ideal to hook a Bluetooth audio receiver to. You can alternately hook a CD player to the aux-in connections.
I have a 1967 or 1968 Magnovox console stereo made with hard rock maple. It is almost scratchless and the radio works. It is a beautiful piece of furniture . A few years ago the arm was broken in half and the wires in the arm were torn apart. Otherwise it was a very good, loud sounding stereo. It was the first piece of furniture I ever bought . Some people tell me I can't get a new arm to play the old records or have have an arm and wires restored. If I cannot fix it, I would like suggestions on how I could show this piece of furniture off because I am moving into a new home soon. Thanks for any help.
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