Question about Pioneer CDJ-200 CD Player
I brough my CDJ 200 Pioneer to turkey (I bought them in USA) and I forgot to have a converter so I Can use them, so I plug the power cord straight into the wall, and of course theres no power, I was reading that ''hopefully'' It can be the fuse, but is there any option to change that fuse to a high voltage so they can work in 220 V not 110 V?
thanks a lot
No you cannot do that , the device works on 120v( 117v around me) , but it cannot be changed like that , you would need a trans former that breaks down the voltage to 120v
changing the fuse will not change the circuitry in the device
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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