Just purchased an old Magnavox turntable at an estate sale for a $1 and am trying to get it to run (the seller says it runs but there is a power cord question) for my son who wants to run some 33 and 45s. The power cord is a funky 3-prong thing with all the prongs in a line (with the 3rd turned 90deg from the other 2), like it was made to plug into another component or something. The speaker cord is much more normal. For what its worth the model number is 2K8888 (120v, 0.15a), made in England for Magnavox in Fort Wayne IN. The 3 power cord wires are red, black, and yellow. The red to the motor and the black and yellow to a capacitor looking like part before the black goes to the motor. I need to change the cord to a regular electric outlet plug type but am not sure what color is for what, other than I would guess the red is the hot, the black is the neutral, and the yellow is the ground... and I should use a 3-prong grounding type plug to replace? Advice?