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Please help...where i can find source power for this receiver,
My girlfriend put receiver directly to socket 220v...and blow up !!! prime transformer,after that i check fuse but passed over it.
Me i used with a professional transformer 220v-to-110v.
I buy this receiver from US to used in Europe.
Please , from where i can buy this spare part's of receiver...

regards
Leo

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