Question about Technics SH-GE90 Home Equalizer
The power supply unit has failed in your equaliser. If it is the main transformer check for the continuity of the primary and if open you will need to replace with the same one or rewind with the same parameter.However if the thermal fuse is blown you can short the winding with a fuse wire. Also check on the dc side for any fusible resistors that would have opened out. Hope you check this out. Good day
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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