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I recently purchased two Numark TTXUSB turntables and an X6 Mixer. I am currently living in Cambodia where the voltage is 110/220. I plugged everything in and when I turned on the components, I immediately had an issue with the AC adapter on the mixer (mixer was the only thing not turned on). At that time, I switched the turntables to off and unplugged the surge protector. I contacted the store I bought the equipment from and they informed me the tables only use about 60v so there should not have been a problem but now, I cannot turn on either of the turntables. Upon searching this site, many suggestions were to check the fuses in the tables. I do not believe these models have fuses. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  • tonyaf6 Sep 10, 2010

    I tried a different outlet with no luck. The voltage is set to 110 and what frustrates me is I'm told Cambodia operates primarily on 110. I have other appliances plugged in and have had no problems. So do you think it is the transformer then?

  • tonyaf6 Sep 11, 2010

    I did try to plug it into the wall directly with a converter and even switched it to the 220 setting (which is now what I am told the preferred voltage. They really need to specify this when you ask since it does make a huge difference) but I had no luck. I assume the switch where the voltage can be changed is the transformer inside right? Is this an easy fix? Since I am in Cambodia, there are quite a bit of repair shops (Sony repair stores, etc) but I want to make sure it is an easy fix for them before they start taking things apart.

  • tonyaf6 Sep 11, 2010

    I took the tables to the repair store (stores here can be sketchy so I was referred to the Sony store which had quite a few technicians) and though they had not worked on a turntable before, they were fairly confident they could fix the problem. To be continued. I will let you know if they fix the problem and if I have any other issues afterwards.


    Also, in response to the other individual who left a comment about the converters (and had a link), I was using one of those (which was the surge protector/converter) but the problem is, those only change the socket to fit your appliance, they do not change the voltage running through the equipment. Good thought though. Thanks for the input.

  • tonyaf6 Sep 18, 2010

    Everything works great now and the problem was the transformers. Easy and cheap fix. Thanks again midwest_tek for all of the correspondence

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Well firstly on the mixer and on the turntables there is a switch on the bottom that will allow you to switch the current. Secondly there is no fuse that i know of and i own a pair of these. Now firstly i would make sure its not just the outlet you have them plugged into. go in another room with the surge protector reset the surge prototector then plug the turntable in. Then let me know from there cause the transformer inside the turntables could have been blown out if the wrong voltage was set. But lets make sure that is not the case. Thanks, Midwest-tek

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    Nathan Ayers Sep 11, 2010

    yes i do but that would be pretty bad cause i have had my house hit by lightning on several occasions and my turntables have never blown. An this might sound dumb. But you tried it without the power surge protector and plugged it right into the wall to make sure its not the power strip. If that continues the transformers could have blown. but would be weird that both would blow and the mixer. unless the power strip is blown or something. Lemme know from there and if that doesnt work i would replace the board inside that controls the transformer. It runs about 38.00 Usd for both.

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    Nathan Ayers Sep 11, 2010

    ya you can take it to any electronic repair store and they should have no problem repairing it. And i actually opened mine up and there were 2 fuses inside. But i would take it to a repair store and worst comes to they can change the fuse but they can also test the transformer inside.

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    Nathan Ayers Sep 17, 2010

    i see that you were unhappy with the solution provided. If you still need help please let me know.

  • tonyaf6 Sep 18, 2010

    I thought I commented back on this. I receive the tables back yesterday and the problem was the transformer inside the turntables. Everything is working now and only cost about $30 per table. Thanks again! Glad it was an easy fix (for such a stupid mistake)

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Voltage can not be 110/220.it has to be either. I only hope you have not burnt them with over voltage. Check the input voltage on all three. Then we willtalk.

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Hi. Generally, the electricity in cambodia is 220 volts AC, 50Hz.

Here is a link to the types of adapters needed if your turntable is from the states. http://www.international-electrical-supplies.com/cambodia-plug-adapters.html

Since you plugged in the turn tables and they are not working now, they need to be checked over. I believe you may have fried a wire in each with the higher voltage. J.

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