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Technics 1200 - if the mains cord connectors and fuses are ok - it could be the power switch - when you rotate the switch do any lights come on? If it is just no rotation of the turntable platter then it could be the motor controller IC.

There is an internal regulator - often the associated zener and transistor fail.

Please rate this as a genuine cure - I know these inside out and with a bit more information I can give you a solution.

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

  • David Harvey Dec 02, 2011

    My technic turntable 1200 limited uk edition has no power too. I've tested the amp in the plug and it works fine and so does the power input, i just get no light when its turned on and also no rotation of the deck any suggestions ? thanks

  • David Harvey Dec 02, 2011

    My technic 1200 uk limited edition has similar problems. I've check the amp in the plug and the wall socket and they both work fine. its just when i plug it in and turn it on its had no light and no rotation of the table any solutions please ? David

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