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    Posted: 22 Dec 2017 at 10:07am
Just got a used one on line.  Cant get it to work.  Figure I am doing something wrong.  Hooked up the colored wires on control to matching colors then took 2 yellow end wire and hooked it into ac posts on transformer.  got nothing so tried the additional dc posts still no luck.  Guy I bought it from said I may have shorted it out.  Well no pop smoke flash or smell.  Now i see the controller has an additional black and white wire.  So watched some videos.  Seems I saw someone using  separate transformer.  Cant locate one with a ground ( for black wire I think)  Can anyone give me some additional info.  Where to get the alt transformer  a wiring diagram ( not included with turntable).  Think this model is 10 years old according to guy  had on layout 4 years been in storage for 6.  LOL  push comes to shove I spring for a new one and take all the track extender pieces from the old one...at $40 a pop for 3 I wouldnt have lost much
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Hello Steven:

The black and white wires from the controller go to the AC power supply. Any AC transformer delivering 14V - !6V AC will work.  A manual can be found at

http://www.gaugemaster.com/instructions/FM%20Turntable.pdf

I have the same turntable except with regular code 100 track, and it works great.  I do not think you shortened it out.  The controller is the only thing that has something sensitive in it, and it is quite hard to burn out a bridge rectifier.  If the controller dies, a bridge rectifier, a DPDT switch and a pushbutton can easily replace it.

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Thank you so much.  I finally saw a diagram and was going to try that when I get back home.  But you just confirmed I was on right track
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Steven:

Let me know if it works.

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