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Logitech x-530 5.1 Speakers Transformer blew

Where can I get specs for the transformer on this unit??? I've been on the net searching for hours now and nothing!!!!!
If anyone has any details please help me

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At the cost of some equipment today they are throw away when the dont work and buy new. if its a small transformer you might try radio shack multi volt unit . bring in old transformer so the can match speaker side of wire.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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