Question about Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
First check to see if your turntable has fuses installed on the main PC board, which is located underneath the turntable platter. They should be easily visible once you remove the black protective cover underneath your turntable platter. Check them out first to see if they are blown, if so, replace with equal rating fuses. If you don't see any fuses, or the fuses look fine, then your power transformer has gone out - this is the grey metal box looking thing next to your PC board. This would need to be replaced. Parts for this model can be purchased HERE - just pick your turntable, and that's it!
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Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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