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Power problem in MC35Tech

Hi,
I screwed up my amp by hooking it upto 240 V power line without a transformer. I've been using this for almost 4 years with transforment but when I was shifting I made this mistake? how easy/expensive it would be to get this fixed?

Thanks a lot in advance.

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  • vijayan_othe Jan 13, 2009

    Thanks a lot for helping out. I'm planning to take the amp to the dealer to get it fixed, from your response I hope it would be fixed with less expense to me.



    Thanks a lot again.

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Don't worry it has protection equiped that will not damaged your unit a fuse .Open the unit and look for the transformer inside near there where the fused is located. Free free to ask whatever the result.

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