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There is no power getting to the
except that you think the fuse is intact. From my experience, there is no transformer driving the turntable motor since these operate directly from the power mains. Can you show us a picture? Dave
This has everything you need and can be seen. Your Stanton is there. I like the resource for anything. To answer your direct question, yes , a moving magnet is a part of the Stanton family system. It is considered a professional series. Considering choice and the degree of use is yours. The stylus can wear out prematurely as reported. See for your self. You know best. Keep spinning. Fare . Well.
The best I can suggest is that you measure the diameter of the belt in mm and put that into google search with the words "turntable drive belt". Hopefully something should come up! I would suggest contacting Stanton, but I couldn't find the website for the company, so that might be a waste of time, but if you want to try have a go!
As this is a Direct Drive turntable, it may be several problems. Yes, the motor could be bad, have power supply issues, etc. For more information, or should you have any further questions, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. You may contact me through the website. Thank you.
The Stanton STR8-60 is a direct drive record deck, so this shouldn't happen unless the platter was damaged but after a little research I found that the Stanton's can get a faulty chip which is meant to regulate the speed and therefore can make it spin erratically.
is this belt or direct drive. if its belt try replacing the belt if its direct drive and your hearing it turn on and the platter doesnt budge when you press start the motors blown. I hope This helps, by a Stanton next time not the expensive ones just a nice direct drive table .
No, there is no motors on these things. They operate on a direct drive system. What this means is that there are various components/circuits which control it's drive function. If the torque is off on your turntables, more than likely one of the resistors is just old and needs to be replaced.
Not a job for a novice. Take it to a professional.... someone who knows about 1200s.