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Simple question does the companion 3 seriesii come multi voltage? I am 220V if I go the the USA do I need an adapter

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Yep !

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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These number have no bearing with amp issue. It only means if you're in North America or International with 220 volts. However, your problem is power transistors
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Hello, i am braziliam people and my receiver is a avr-1604 when i turn on,the equipament turn off in mor or less 3 seconds. please i need some information or the service manual because this receiver is not...


Just checking...you are plugging into the right voltage (110 or 220V), right?

OK, it could be a short in the speaker wires. Try disconnecting the speaker wires at the back of the unit and try again.

Most likely: Others have found a defective 15V voltage regulator. If you know what you're doing, you can check these and other power supply components (rectifiers and filter capacitors, for example).

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Reciever shut off AND WILL NOT TURN BACK ON


Sounds like it could be a major problem. But...It could be as simple as a fuse.

Do you know how to use an Ohm Meter or a Multi Meter??

If not, there is still something you can check, if you feel comfortable taking the thing apart.

1. Power it down.
2. Open it up, and look for blown fuses.
3. You can't always tell by looking...especially if the are "Slow-Blow" fuses.
4. If you know how to use a multi meter, you can check the fuses in place.
4a. You have to turn it on.
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4c. Replace bad fuses.

5. If you are uncomfortable with the powered on method, you can remove the fuses, ONE AT A TIME, (so you don't get confused...no pun intended), with POWER OFF. A fuse puller is a useful tool. If you don't have one, BE CAREFUL!
5a. Put your multi meter on Ohms. Measure resistance across the fuses. If resistance is real low (like less than 4 ohms), the fuses are good. If the resistance is high (like 1k to infinity), the fuse is bad.

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Usa to uk


Hi mick

the unit has a voltage selector switch on the rear. Have you selected the 220v option. this will solve your need for a reduction transformer. If you have just gone ahead and fired it up in 110volt settings.... internal damage may have already occurred.

What is the switch set to now? Let me know

regards
Graeme


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