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Visit this site for more details.Type in the site name "Electro-help" either to Google or Yahoo search box [not in the address bar of your browser], and click search.It is an electronic equipments service help site.All details you want are there.Note the position of hyphen in between words in site name, when you type it in.The site will appear as it is in web; subtitled as Service help to electronic home entertainment equipments.
Pull up older posts.You can get all details.
Site is listed with Google. You can locate it either at the bottom part of first search page, or at the top of second page. Sometimes, one among the advertisements by the side and bottom of each post might help you to get details about the availability of spare parts and other components.
Check the part number on the transformer: the link at the bottom may help it if it is listed there..The transformer that i had. PN: E190246 Mfr: HF-4822L2TN (single in/output) (ie... two wires in and two wires out) (Hang Fung Eletronic Ltd.) has a 42.2 vpk >15watts (power supply for an Emerson 4 in one Entertainment system (record, CD, cassett, radio) Emerson Model: NR305TT 19watt Found info here http://www.olilio.com/file/detail/FQGS2.E190246.html I hope this helps somebody.. wildhoss109
1/ Obtain a genuine replacement transformer from the Crosley
company in the USA. 120volts and you must then use a
step down transformer for the Australian power supply.
2/ Obtain a locally manufactured transformer that has a 230v
Primary but the secondary is matched to the Crosley power
This can be sorted out by your service technician..
3/ Advertise in the "Wanted to buy" section of E-bay or any
other USA Internet trading post to obtain another CR-83
4/ Advertise in the "Wanted to buy" section of any Australian
Internet trading post to obtain another CR-83 complete....
(You just might get lucky)
Ensure the mains transformer is OK...
4/ Watch the internet trading post sites for another CR-83
complete and working "for sale" Buy that one then use your
existing one for spare parts in the future..(Excluding the
transformer of course).
GPX just received this transformer in stock, at least for model KCLD8886DT. You can contact them at 314-621-2881 and follow the prompts (I think selection 2) or contact them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The transformer is $15 plus freight. Good luck!