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No! I'am afraid it is done, the turntable motor is more than likely burned out along with several electronic parts, since hydro operates on 220volts at 50 cycles per second where you are it makes it totally incompatible with our system.
Sounds to me like the belt has snapped or slipped off. Lift the platter off the table. On the inside of the platter you will notice a second ring, or rim. the belt should be put on the outside of the second rim while the platter is still in your hands. Next, slide back the platter and look for the spindle running the platter through one of the big holes in the platter. Slip the belt onto the spindle and turn with your hand to make sure it runs freely. Hope this helps
Here is a copy paste from Numark's Quick start owner manual page 3: 3. Voltage Selector: This switches the internal voltage transformer between 115V, 230V and 240V. The turntable should be shipped with the proper voltage setting for your region. Check that the switch is in the proper voltage before connecting the power cord to prevent damage to the turntable. At page 2 also there is a diagram showing the exact place for that switch. So I can't believe that this turntable is stricted for use under 115V. Also, as far as I know from my experience (23 years Electronics Engineer), the only thing that coulg be before the transformer is either the voltage selector switch, or some kind of ac filter. The only case that I'm not sure, is the case that you powered up the turntable at a 230V area and the Numark's voltage selector was set at 115V. In that case the transformer should be burned and the service should replace it and charge you the cost for that. I think that there is something strange at your case. Why don't you check at another service center at your area?
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The unit should not be making any sounds like that. It sounds like the timing is off for the gearing underneath the platter. It may be as simple as cleaning the existing grease on the mechanism and re-lubing. The existing grease may have gummed up a bit not allowing the parts to move freely. Take of the bottom and look at the condition of the grease.
What do you mean it didn't work? What happened? Are you getting no sound, did the plugs not fit? Please be more specific.
If you are not getting any sound, make sure you connected to the LINE input of the mixer - the PT01 has Line Level outputs, so you CANNOT connect it to the Phono input, as the signal will be too hot for the mixer - so make sure it is in the LINE INPUT. Also make sure the toggle switch on the mixer is set to LINE. There is nothing else to this set up, raise volumes, and that's it. It's very simple.