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Teac GF-650 I bought a new turntable and was very pleased. Played a couple of albums and heard it pop, power went out and it never would come back on. Seems like a transformer or some key componet failed. Power from wall is fine, light works from same socket but turntable will not power up now. Any suggestions on where / how / to get this fixed, thanks. Bob M. in Tampa, FL

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Hi, please if you can open the turntable unit ,go on the part of power supply please double check the fuse first...maybe that is the solution for your problem...find the supply section ... you can find it from the AC plug going to the deck end..u

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