Question about Technics SA-DX930 Receiver
Hey. I moved overseas recently, and took my DX930 with me. Of course I bought a 220V to 110V converter and was using that to power up the receiver and it's been working fine. However, yesterday, by mistake, somebody plugged it in directly to a 220V outlet, and now it's not working. No sign of life whatsoever. I hope it has some kind of protection against this but I am not sure (fuses, etc). Any suggestions ? Thanks...
I don't know for sure, but I suspect that if you open it up, there should be a fuse near the power supply portion of the unit. It may have taken the hit for you and can perhaps be replaced easily. (As a disclaimer... be sure the unit is not plugged in when you open the case! And only replace the fuse with another of equal rating.) If it's not a fuse, then you probably smoked the primary winding of the transformer. If it got past that, you may have popped the rectifier and/or capacitor(s) in the power supply.
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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