Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
Hi there and thanks for the help.
He has plugged the deck into a 120 volt and something has gone fhutt.
any ideas as what might have blown?
Many thanks for any ideas.
More than likely the power supply / power transformer has blown. Although these units have fuses, they will not protect from such a power surge.
Have you lost power, or is the platter rotating abnormally? If there is no power, it's the power supply that needs to be replaced. If it's acting funning, then some components on the main drive PCB are damaged. In either case, professional help is highly recommended.
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Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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