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I think I have burned my turntable, a voltage problem. does it have an internal fuse? what should I do? thanks

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Burned your turntable. do u mean burnt out the motor. my suggestion is to take it to where ever you bought it explain it to them have there techs look at it and go from there.

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SOURCE: Turntables voltage been changed now wont turn on

have you switched the voltage switch over underneath the turntable plate

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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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

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No power past what I think is the transformer? My gauge indicates there is power in the main power cord. Thank you.


Can you test to see if power is coming out of the transformer thing? If it's not it could have failed. Some transformer have an internal fuse. Unfortunately these are generally not replaceable so the transformer has to be replaced. Transformers are also safety parts, so have to be replaced by manufacturer's replacement parts.

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I bought two numark ttx usb turntables of ebay with no warranty, they were from the usa. one of the turntables works fine the other did not even turn on at all. i thought it must be that i did't flivk the...


Here is a copy paste from Numark's Quick start owner manual page 3:
3. Voltage Selector:
This switches the internal voltage transformer between 115V, 230V and 240V. The turntable should be shipped with the proper voltage setting for your region. Check that the switch is in the proper voltage before connecting the power cord to prevent damage to the turntable.
At page 2 also there is a diagram showing the exact place for that switch.
So I can't believe that this turntable is stricted for use under 115V. Also, as far as I know from my experience (23 years Electronics Engineer), the only thing that coulg be before the transformer is either the voltage selector switch, or some kind of ac filter. The only case that I'm not sure, is the case that you powered up the turntable at a 230V area and the Numark's voltage selector was set at 115V. In that case the transformer should be burned and the service should replace it and charge you the cost for that.
I think that there is something strange at your case. Why don't you check at another service center at your area?

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if you can find a fuse or reset switch, replace/reset that first. look around where the power cable enters the device.

if it has no fuse, you've probably cooked the transformer which converts outlet voltage (mains) to whatever the voltage the device is designed to run on. if that's the case, then you'll just need to swap in a transformer that matches the requirements of the deck to the output voltage of whatever country you want to use it in.

if this sounds too daunting and you're not confident with taking electrical stuff apart, go to a shop and get them to sort it for you.

long and short, don't ditch your deck just yet, Chet.

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Turntables voltage been changed now wont turn on


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The fuses for this model are located underneath the turntable platter. You can replace this yourself, however, please be sure to disconnect the unit from it's power source before proceeding. You will have to remove the metal turntable platter, exposing a black protective cover. Remove the cover, and you'll see the main PC Board. There are 2 fuses on the lower left side. Pull the fuses and take them to your local electronics store, or order online @ www.1200s.com. IF your unit does NOT have any fuses, then your transformer is damaged, and will need to be replaced by a qualified technician. Also, the fuses are only meant to circumvent small changes in electrical current. Many times, these voltage surges, will fry the fuses and the transformer. So if after you replace the fuses, it still doesn't power up, you will need to also have the transformer replaced. Good Luck!

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