Question about Technics SL-1200 Turntable
My problem starts since i realised i had a burnt lamp near the plate and wanted to fix it. after i replaced the little lamp next to the plate i reassembled the turntable and i turn it on... so far so good, all lights are on and i am satisfied with the result. i press the start button and the plate starts spinning but i notice that the lamps are dimmer-ing on and off giving low voltage or smt like that. i put a record on and the record sounds like someone is playing with the pitch constantly. i reverse the rotation of the plate with my hand and i find no resistance at all as opposed to other times where there was a strong force going on the other direction. now what i can guess is that the magnets or a portion of them are off! am i right or what seems to be the problem? how can i fi this? is it possible to be fixed by me or is it a specialists duty? thanks a lot in advance for the response!...
Perhaps you should retrace your own lamp repair steps. Did you tamper with anything electrical? It seems likely you touched something inadvertently.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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