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Blown transformer I have a blown Transformer, from a SR-L200i, Teac Ipod radio/ docking station, PN E190246 HF-48224T 2806 I need a new one, can you advise where to get it.. Curtis (Canadian Tire is the dealer) under counter mount clock/radio/LCD TV, manufactured in Oct 2006. The markings are HF in an oval with the numbers  E190246 and under that HF-48224L2TN               WTF? I would like to know the output so I can replace it with a generic transformer.

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  • sanderson2 Jan 16, 2009

    This is sanderson2! 


    The unit is a CURTIS UNDERCOUNTER LCD TV CLOCK RADIO MODEL KCR2610

  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    I to am looking for a HF-48224L2TN for my undercounter am fm tv

  • kurttassone Feb 23, 2009

    I have the same problem with a GPX brand under cabinet TV and it has the same transformer number. I believe the transformer converts 120VAC 22W to 12VDC 15W. My TV has a DC input so I bought one of those transformer adapters where you can select the voltage output and it works fine. The adapter I bought had an output of 12VDC 12W but that was close enough. I got it form amazon.com, just search for VX 79NP.

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I also have the GPX under-counter TV, same problem. I believe the transformer is AC-AC, because both wires out are red... I actually have two of these units, one doesn't work at all, the other has enough power to play the radio, but not the TV. I swapped the transformer from 1 into the one that was completely dead thinking #1 had a bad tuner, but the same symptoms exist now in #2, making me think that one transformer is completely gone and the other is malfunctioning. I'll try the VX 79NP on both and try to remember to post the results back here....

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