Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
No, this has nothing to do with the fuses. The problem lies with one or a combination of faulty IC's (integrated circuits). More than likely IC201 (Turntable Control IC), but IC101 (Turntable Drive) and IC301 (Pitch Control IC) will also cause this sort of issue.
Also take a look at R213, it generally gets very hot, and you can tell by looking at it and seeing discoloration, and might be the starting point to this mess. It's good to replace this as well, while your at it - however, it is no longer available from the manufacturer, so you'll have to match up the rating for it. In addition, take a look at Q2 and Q3 (Regulators), those also tend to burn out at the same time.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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