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I have a Teac MC-220i which does'nt turn on. I have checked all the fuses, but have found mains voltage going into the MC-dx15 standby pcb and no voltage cumming out. There is 10 volts on the secondary side of the transformer. Can I put a link across the 2 soldered live terminals and link out this pcb or is there any other cure?

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Do you have the part number for the PCB?
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Checa elk fusible termico que trae el transformador son dos puntas que entre ellas traen una especie de plastico aislante

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