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Internal fuse My Mates deck has recently stoped working. It doesnt turn on at all. I dont think its the transformer, at least I hope not. Can anyone tel me how to get to the internal fuse on the SL - 1210Mk2

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  • begz75 Jun 09, 2008

    My soundlad turntable just stopped working. I have been told it is an internal fuse....is it easy to fix or do I need to send it in to get repaired

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Remove platter remove plastic cover main fuse is there

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There is no power getting to the except that you think the fuse is intact. From my experience, there is no transformer driving the turntable motor since these operate directly from the power mains. Can you show us a picture? Dave

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If you ain't see anything else broken, i would first checking if the output of the transformer still give the right value, but i think replacing it is a good choice ,but also try if your rectifier gives vooltage or not

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If you do not see fuses on the smaller pc board, next to the main PC board, underneath the turntable platter, then you don't have any. Not all 1200s series turntables have these fuses. So, that means you more than likely blew the Technics power supply / transformer.

Not an easy fix, and I don't recommend you do this, as seeing how you did not replace the pop-up light correctly, it seems you lack the experience. When you saw that spark, that means that you did not shield the pop-up light wires properly, a big mistake. It more than likely touched the cabinet, and created a short - very common. This short is enough to take out he power supply.

You will have to take your unit to an authorized repair center for repair.

Good Luck!

- OPTiC
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Problem is not the fuses, but the power supply / power transformer has blown. This is why you should always wrap exposed wiring with electrical tape or heatshrink tubing.

The power supply can be purchased HERE, but this is not an easy replacement. And if you blew it by not properly replacing the Pop-up light, than I DON'T suggest you try to replace the power supply on your own either. You could really cause even more damage, and possible harm to yourself and your property.

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Your transformer's need to be replaced. This is the big grey metal looking box near the fuses. The fuses do not offer much protection, and the only thing generally affected is the Power Transformer. If you'd like to attempt a repair yourself, here is the part:

http://1200s.com/Store/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=Power+Source

Make sure you choose the correct transformer for your model. If you feel you do not have the experience or do not feel comfortable in performing this repair, take it to an authorized service center. We provide Nationwide service, if you cannot find anyone locally: http://www.tweakrepair.com

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The fuse is located on the rear of the unit. Remove it and take it to an electronics shop for replacement. If it does not work, then you've fried the transformer and will need to have it replaced by a qualified technician.

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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!

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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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