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Soundcraft PSU repair looking for replacement transformer Mixers (Analog)
Old 22nd May 2018
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Soundcraft PSU repair looking for replacement transformer

Hello everyone,

I have a soundcraft 200b mixer and the transformer in the power supply is burned. The only info about the transformer that I can find on the lable is HB 0127 Belclere DX 8350 which had no lead on google search. Im wondering dose anyone has worked on these power supplies and has any suggestions? Thank you
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Old 22nd May 2018
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Old 22nd May 2018
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Thanks so much but Im looking for the transformer only I much rather fix the current one
Old 23rd May 2018
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How have you determined that the transformer is the nonfunctioning component? Excuse the stupid question, I'm just curious.
Old 23rd May 2018
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Originally Posted by -JJ- View Post
How have you determined that the transformer is the nonfunctioning component? Excuse the stupid question, I'm just curious.
Transformer starts to smoke as soon as I turn on the PSU. it happen due to an accident while repairing the console but luckily the console took no damage and it is fully repaired and tested.
Old 24th May 2018
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Originally Posted by bayan View Post
Transformer starts to smoke ...
Oh yeah, that ain't good. I thought fuses were meant to stop that from happening... Still, for 200 Canadian you could buy that entire PSU above and then have spare parts left over. I'm guessing that transformer is not an off-the-shelf thing but I could be wrong. Maybe somebody else in here knows better.
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