Right Phono cable broken on my 1210..

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by GoldnSilver, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. GoldnSilver

    GoldnSilver Member

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    This is seriously annoying, I got a second hand Technic 1210 at a good price, now I know why, the right cable just broke on me, halfway through Heavyweight it went out, and its definitley not my speakers or amp. It's the turntable.. Whats the options? Can I replace them? Fix them? Maybe even split the remaining one into 2 signals or would that be dodgy? Please, someone help. Thanks.
     
  2. Gr1pz

    Gr1pz Aka - Align.

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    if you know how to solder its a easy fix. theres plenty of tutorial vids on youtube to help you in the process aswell.
     
  3. rob_del_terror

    rob_del_terror - ̿ ̿'̵͇̿̿з=(•̪●)=ε

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    ^^ this. does look straight forward. i saw a good'n that showed you how to earth it through the phono cable as well.
     
  4. GoldnSilver

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    Hmm Solder, dont have a clue.. I mean, I know what it is but fuck..
    EDIT: Wtf, now its working again.. this is seriously messed up, probably a loose connection.. I hope it was a one off.. doubt it though. Thanks guys!
     
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  5. muzzadj

    muzzadj POW!

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    If it's off and on then would deffinatly get it sorted mate, if you really don't want to solder it (i know i wouldnt im useless at stuff like that) then you can get them repaired, but of course that means money!
     
  6. RUSSLA

    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    Whre you from? I'm an electronic engineer by trade, would fix that up for £20 for ya
     
  7. GoldnSilver

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    I'm from Manchester, if it really comes to it I can get my Uncle to do it, but otherwise, I'll see..
     
  8. Freek

    Freek Lets get freeeeeeky

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    right ive got the exact same problem and am shit with soldering. i reckon i would do more damage than fix anything. any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  9. B.unique

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    i would just take it to a technics cetified service centre, it'll cost abit but they will do a thorough job and get em running well
     
  10. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    This has happened to both of my 1210s after 14 years of getting battered. I'm going to buy a couple of phono leads and a couple of pitch faders while I'm at it and fix it myself.