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Got the chance of a 1210but it has the following fault the turntable spins at 100 bpm, which means the signal from the motor to magnet needs restoring, and it needs a fuse Anyone know if this sounds correct and is it easy enough to do? Cheers Gerry

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I would be careful of getting this machine. The motor problem could be feasible. But if it needs a fuse that shows that there could be an overload in the power supply, which could be caused by the transformer or any semiconductor going short circuit. A transformer would cost a lot of money and that's if you can get one!

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