Question about Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
My Deck seems to be dead. When Turning on My deck there seems to be no responce. I have changed the plug, the fuse, the socket Im plugging the deck into and still no responce. Is there an internal fuse that can blow? If so is it easy to replace myself?
There are 2 internal fuses. One of them (F1, 250mA) does randomly fail causing a dead deck. It is easy to change - it is on the mains power input circuit board underneath the platter and black plastic cover.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
If your fuses are unresponsive after replacing, or do not seem blown, then your transformer is more than likely the culprit, and will need to be replaced. Soldering skills are required, and this is a pretty complicated repair, so I would suggest getting it to an authorized service center. A service technician can also determine if there are any capacitors or resistors that also blew, or might have been the initial cause of the damage, which is another reason why I do not recommend self-service. Utilize the REPAIR SERVICE option in FIXYA.com to locate a reputable service center in your area. If you cannot locate one, the company I work for offers Nationwide service, and we are experts with the 1200s - we also offer free return shipping. However, I am not sure if I could post the company information here. We are listed in the Repair Service search. You could also contact Panasonic, which is the parent company of Technics to obtain a list of authorize service centers in your area. Good luck! Hope this helps some.
Posted on Sep 01, 2007
There are two internal fuses that you can check, their positions and values are determined by which country the unit was sold in. You can get a copy of the service manual on the link below: http://www.backspin.org/sl1200mk2.pdf Make sure it's unplugged & the tonearm is secure before going inside!! I have indicated the position of the fuse in the attached picture. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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