O.K. I got a schematic and to start I know to check the voltages coming out of the transformer. I cant find the voltages anywhere on the schematic. Does anybody know where I can find them, this is the first thing to check and I don't know what they are supposed to be.
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You have to use a step down transformer with this set and not a converter. The AC household voltage in Inda is 220VAC. Your set is designed to work on 120VAC. Therefore a 220VAC==>120VAC step-down transformer is needed to feed it. The onkyo has transformer inside, and it should get 120VAC; atleast 5AMPS current capacity. AN inverter cannot synchronised with this set. You can either buy it from Inidan electronics spare part market, of can be winded by expereiced transformer winders. Never give any inverter to this set, as some Onkyo models will have Torroid transformer inside, and it will take a tremendous amount of current at start-up, and make either your Onkyo of your converter to get damaged. OK.
Right now the Transformer in the BOSE system might have burnt out or it might be shorted out. It would be better to check with BOSE, but for burnt transformers you cannot claim warranty from BOSE.
If bose refuses to provide the warranty then take it to a TV repairing shop and ask them to change the Transformer so that it would support direct 230v....
it should work only if you can change 120 to 220v should be a red switch most adapters only convert the plug and not the power unless it says otherwise on the adapter or it feels like a heavy transformer that will waste all extra electricity for heat
Not the transformer. probably needs a voltage ic or output ic. F61 is a voltage error code. if it was the power tranformer it would not power up at all. It also could be just a bad fan. The fan should start as soon as you turn it on.
Some do, some don't. I expect you'll be able to get it converted from one to the other. You could DIY, in which case, you'll need to find the rating of the internal transformer, eg, 250VA, then find a 110V transformer to match that. Alternatively, a HiFi shop would be able to do it for you, but you may end up spending more than it's worth.
Very likely that the internal thermal fuse opened on the main power transformer. With the power cord unplugged, Check the resistance on the ac input of the transformer should read less than 10 ohms. Contact me when you know. I might be able to find one.