Question about Technics SL-1200MK2 Turntable
No power, 1st you need a tester tester (range 1000vac) first the convinience outlet if there a voltage 2nd test the power cord if there a continuity(range your tester into resistance x10) put it in to the tip to tip of the C.O power cord of your turntable(the reading will have contunuity) if still no power check the fuse inside the turntable" remove the platter and the plastic be carefull trace where the power cord connect inside the circuit(maybe the fuse blown) if the fuse is still ok 4th check the contunuity of the transformer the input and output line(in tester there will have a reading supposed to be) after all if theres still aproblem just email me..hope i can help that way..
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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