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STVD-1001 pedestal singing machine has bad power supply

The power transformer in the bottom unit of my STVD-1001 has failed and has tar leaking out of it and no voltages at all. I don't know if the logic board is bad but could be. The numbers on the transformer look like 1G 203S10010240 AND T76-0611067-10. I think thats right but could be off by a little bit due to hard to see into the unit.

The logic board shows 48-32D605100121 with the same disclaimer as above for the transformer.

The lower unit contains just these parts and houses the sub-woofer. The upper unit, where the player is located, is fine. Hope you can help.

John

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