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Looking for picture of 220v circuitboard AR Turntable

Postby martijn1 » 28 Oct 2017 15:18

Hi everyone,

I have an AR The Turntable. It had it's 3k9 resistor removed in order to be used with a separate powersupply. I want to convert it back to 220v. To do it safely I wonder if anyone has pictures of the original European 220v circuitboard, top and bottom so I can be sure I'm putting the resistor back where it should be and I'm not short-circuitting anything.

Many thanks in advance :)

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Re: Looking for picture of 220v circuitboard AR Turntable

Postby gkimeng » 28 Oct 2017 20:25

AR schematic.
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Re: Looking for picture of 220v circuitboard AR Turntable

Postby gkimeng » 29 Oct 2017 04:32

Board. I think there's more than one version, so hopefully this is the one you have.
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Re: Looking for picture of 220v circuitboard AR Turntable

Postby martijn1 » 29 Oct 2017 08:54

Thank you very much gkimeng. This is very helpful!

My board looks similar, apart from the two blue resistors (I presume) on your board, mine has a rectangular white one.

Only question now is how my resistor fits in the board. The way I see it the brown lead is live and blue is neutral, so the resistor should be connected in series to the brown lead...?

If anyone has a picture of the bottom side of the board... I don't want to fry the thing.

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Re: Looking for picture of 220v circuitboard AR Turntable

Postby martijn1 » 04 Jan 2018 17:55

ARPSUsmall.JPG

Solved it... installed a new psu, with a fuse. Works great.
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