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Sounds like an electronic fault. It could be bad solder joint if the turntable has had a recent impact or fall. Otherwise I would suspect a semi-conductor with a thermal problem - getting hot when it shouldn't. Check with your finger for hot parts! Don't burn yourself. If you find one spray with Servisol Freezer Spray. If the instant cool starts it working you have found the faulty part. If it doesn't then it's back to the drawing board!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Numark TTX Turntable
Just so you know, there is no actual 'motor' driving the platter. It's a direct drive unit, so it's made up of various circuits driving the unit.
With that said, anyone of those circuits could have gone bad. The good thing, is that most of the circuits (resistors, IC's, capacitors, diodes, etc), are relatively cheap ($2-10), the bad thing is replacing them, and finding out which ones are faulty. You could usually tell which resistors are burnt or caps are blown, but it's harder to test the IC's without the proper equipment.
This is not a cheap turntable, unless you think $300 is cheap for a turntable. Repair wise, your probably looking at about $80-120 for parts and labor. It's a well build turntable, and I think worth investing in trying to get it repaired. Just make sure you get an estimate before any work is done.
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Posted on Nov 26, 2007
This is a drive issue. Unfortunately the TTX direct drive system isn't the greatest. It's good, but it's no Technics 1200. The only way to 'fix' this issue is to have a professional look at main circuit board to see if there are any components which are burned, or damaged in any way.
Hope this helps some.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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.
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
that'll be a blown component of some sort on your main board i think mate,youll wanna get some one handy wiyh a multi meter.gd luck
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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