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Audio Technice LP60 Transformer

Saurabh79

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Hi,

I bought Audio Technica AT LP 60 turntable from the US and used it directly in India. Because of 110v - 220v difference the transformer blew up. Now, I need to replace the transformer. But I am not able to figure what is the output that the transformer gives as it is not mentioned anywhere. Any idea how many Volts and Amperes is the output so that I can replace it.

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Saurabh
 
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Fantastic

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You can also take the transformer to a competent transformer winder who should be able to figure it out. Did you check if there are any markings on the transformer ?
 

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I got a reply saying its just 3 watts ! So if its 9 V the the current rating must be below 0.5 Amps . They didn't say what the secondary voltage rating was. With a large transformer you run the risk of inducing hum !
 

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If you haven't yet, can check the labeling on motor inside, in any for this information.
 
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