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Blown power transformer

I have a blown power transformer in a marantz 1070 that I would like
to replace. I can not find the part anywhere. Any ideas?
part number on the transformer is ts19602080
also has 10v4z..

can this be replaced with a transformer that is not original equipment.
if so, how do i spec the transformer?? thanks.

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Hi
What has happened to the transformer. Does it have an open circuit primary?  Get back to me if you want a fix.
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