Question about Stanton C.304
I was correct in thinking that an over heating problem was causing my deck to reset.
I installed a fan in the deck and it solved the problem, it hasnt reset itself since and it has been used for hours on end.
I used a fan out of a desktop computer, these can be purchased in any computer shop, a relatively small one will do, i dont think the position is overly important(as long as it circulates the air inside the deck and through the vents)
I installed a seperate transformer to run the fan because i didn't want to overload any components of the original deck, this was the tricky part so u will need somebody that knows what they are doing.
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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