Super glue is GREAT for cracks. That is the secret weapon of guitar repair people or what you might call a luthier. Just use the gel extra thick and some after you apply it use a spray bottle filled with water and a little baking soda to set it. This will cause a chain reaction and you might see a little smoke. You can also dip a q-tip in dry baking soda and apply it to you super glue. Wow. It’s magic!
It is called a speaker relay. It is there to protect your speakers from DC current burning them out. I could be that it just needs adjusted to lower the DC offset 99% of the time when the red protection light comes on or the relay does not make a sound or turns on then off, it is a bad component. It will need to be looked at by someone who is familiar with electronics.
Check the rubber belt is on under the platter that turns the record and put it back on. Invest is a much higher quality turntable something that was made just for playing records. YOU will hear the way records were suppose to sound!
Take your record platter off. Make sure the belt in on. If not, put it back on and then try it. If it is on, remove it and plug in the turntable. Make sure the motor is turning when you turn on the turntable. Move your tonearm that is the long arm goes on the record platter and carries the needle and check again. If it is not turning, then it could be your motor of your power supply. Make sure your power supply or wall wart that plugs into the outlet is putting out power. You may have to check it with a digital multi meter. If it is not putting out power then that you problem.
You need to good to the auto store and install leak dye into the system. Wait until it is dark outside and use a leak lamp. Ask the auto store person what you need. They will sell you something or check it for you.