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Fuses blow when there's an overload. Most are caused by a semi-conductor that has shorted. If it was the bridge you can test with an ohm meter. Connection across it's leads will be just like touching the test probes together. That goes for any of the semi-conductor devices.
Hi, Do one thing Remove the palter and put one drop of lubricating oil in the center shaft. Also put one drop in the motor shaft. Be carefull do not drope the oil in motor pulley. If so clean the pulley with a cloth. Because it will cause slipping the belton the pulley.Then put the plater back. Rotate the plater with arms for some time. Then check.
hiya fixya...well i just opted,,,to take the thing to the repairs.the conclution is that the"platter rotation sensor " had burned out.sent the deck off today.will let you know the outcome,to maybe pass on this info to other ttx 1 users for near future....thanks for your responce.quote 35 quid just to confirm problem...but deducted from final bill of??????.westend dj staff are very helpful indeed where i puchased them from in the begining.