Question about Technics SL-1200MK5 Turntable
Your power transformer blew. The fuses in these models don't offer much protection, when it comes to more serious power surges. And the only other thing that would be blown is the transformer - a common issue. You can purchase parts for this model HERE, however, I do not suggest replacing this part yourself, as it is a little tricky, and you may damage your unit ever more, if not done properly.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2008
1)I know it might sound silly, but try using different plug sockets, ie down stairs. This is to see if its a problem with sockets. Once had a dodgy power cord that kept one deck from turning on. 2) Check the the voltage is set correctly on both decks, by looking at the hole on the left side of the platter. My little brother messsed around with the turn switch and it blow the internal fuses years ago. If none of the above work it means the equipment could have had an electrical surge and knocked out the internal fuses. Can help you with that if needed. Let me know. Peace DJ Nyce
Posted on Jul 25, 2007
For both to have stopped it must surley be and external prob? ie power extention or something...thats very odd??
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
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