I've had my 3 TTX1s for a few years, I've gave them some hours but I take care of them. They've been run great until now. One of them malfunctioned during normal use. At first the brake failed, so I shut it down and turned it back on after a pause. At this point the turntable stays on 45RPM, the platter begins spinning as soon as the table is turned on, the brakes don't work, and when you try to switch to 33 rpm it goes into 78 and is stuck there. Like said, this just happened under normal use. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.
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The clicking suggests a power supply issue, a old trick I use in cases like this is a hairdryer, Try to heat (don't melt things) different boards carefully until you get a dramatic reaction, considering the brand which I do not like much less endorse, what is there to lose.
If you pinpoint the issue to one board try to locate that board.
This same thing happened to me, and yesterday as well no less. I've had mine for a 3-4 years. I think It had run out of oil, which is weird because I've had a Holmes heater for nearly 10 years and it still has plenty of oil left. If you shake it, can you hear the oil? I went and got another from Target last night (it was the coldest night of the year) and can hear the oil swishing around in it as I set it up. Hope it last longer than another 3-4 years or my next one will be a Holmes.
This model series had a odd problem that caused this. It was the Hoizonal wire connctors for the yoke. If my memory serves me right, the Yoke wire harness went from Yoke to Yoke and plugged in at the casing of each yoke. What I found is the solder connection on the small board of each Yoke was intermitent. Please be careful if you choose to tackle this. It is in a HV Area.
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just today figured out that the battery supposed to be at least 17 hours and i bought it before 2 years too and even when i bought it was my battery left only for 2 hours and until today i thought it is supposed to be like that.
I believe your set has a loose conection that needs to be resoldered ,every time you hit it reacts and that is good,you need to use a wooden or rubber handle to tap in the main board,around the tuner and in different areas until it reacts,be attentive when it does so you can flip the board and resoldered the area that made it react,once the problem is corrected you need to resoldered any other overheated areas and there should be a few in your set,check the grounds in the tuner(where the coax goes in the inside,is a silver box),the horizontal driver transformer and output transformer.Be careful while you do this and stay away from the thick red wire going to the back of the picture tube specially when the set is on.
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