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Old 21st June 2006, 10:55 PM   #1
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Default Help with a V1000

Iíve been having a problem with a American DJ v1000 a customer brought to me. It started out that someone had spilled a drink on it and it kept blowing the inline breaker. After some checking I found a few bad transistors & other components on the main board so I replaced the main board. Now it donít cut out but all Iím getting is a load hum, I put it on the scope and Iím getting a weird output signal. I have a good wave at the transistors but coming off the transformer and a few different other areas like the ic chip Iím getting a few different waves and non look good. Iím thinking itís the transformer, I replaced the chip with no effect. Any one ever come across this before and have any advice.
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Tony
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