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LP12 Lingo repair

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by quadfan, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. quadfan

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    As the title suggests, mine is sick. There is a ticking noise (10-20 Hz?) when running - it sounds mechanical but isn't, unless it's the motor itself. I have been told this may be a fault on the Lingo, where one of the sine waves it generates drops out. Is this likely and how can I test it before spending £140 fixed price at Linn? Oh, just to rub salt in, I'm in France and they aren't easy to get serviced here.
     
  2. alexs2

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    Have you tried either emailing or ringing Linn's customer service...their technical support has always been very helpful to me,and may give you some idea of what the likely problem is.
    Other than that,the only way of solving it would seem to be a visit to the dealer,unless you have a friendly electrician,who can test it's output for you.
     

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