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Transformer has failed in my Trutech M#KLV3112

I have a under cabinet mounted TV/DVD/RADIO unit from Trutech. We had a power spike that caused the transformer to fail. I need to know what the rated secondary voltage is.

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  • dk194 Jan 14, 2009

    I wish it did, It just has the following number, L5735-E02U. I know the primary is 120 volt but have no idea what the secondary mite be. Thanks for posting.

  • dk194 Jan 14, 2009

    Wowzers! I think I may just do this. Thanks for the idea!


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The transformer should have the input and output rating labeled on the unit itself. Such as input 110vac, output ...... dc.

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  • Mike Schmidt
    Mike Schmidt Jan 14, 2009

    Assuming this was bought at Target, Go and buy another one remove the adaptor and take voltage readings to see what the secondary is on the output. And take it back. Or put in the old one and keep the new one and return it as not working. These manufacturers want to keep us in the dark.


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