faulty PS-X9

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faulty PS-X9

Postby 1consument » Fri Oct 08, 2010 6:00 pm

Anybody out there who knows who might help me with faulty PS-X9?

I own 2 units, one 220V and one 110V.
The 110V got accidentally a 220V plug in its AC input. I little pop/smoke and that was it.
A friendly Sony repair shop here got it back to work a bit.
AC 110V is now connectible and unit switches on and amp. seems to work as well as the arm movement (returning to rest state when I move it by hand to end of record position.
However, when platter on button is pressed the platter turns a little and then stops. I can feel that there is tension but looks like it holds the platter in steady state after a 5 secs.
When I move the platter by hand, it looks stops after a while because it holds the platter in steady state again.

Is there a specialist out there who can repair my wonderful X9?

Gert - Holland
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Re: faulty PS-X9

Postby Stoffie » Sat Oct 09, 2010 7:28 am

I do have a good contact in the NL that would be willing to help (I think, he is a pretty busy man, but I bring all my high-end vintage Sony to him).

Why on earth do you have two PS-X9's ? Give one to me please :D
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Re: faulty PS-X9

Postby ondine91 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 6:22 pm

Hey Stoffie
I am a new member on this website,
i also have an issue with a PS-X9, I would be interested in your contact in NL, may you give me his details ?
Thank you
Best regards
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Re: faulty PS-X9

Postby Stoffie » Sat Dec 18, 2010 6:46 pm

Well, I have since been told that he will only take work through official channels, such as the dealers he works with, so might be a problem...

I think he only does my stuff because we know eachother and share a love for vintage Sony (any all the rest too really), and old cars...
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