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Vct Vt-500j Japanese Step Up Down Voltage Transformer Converts Japan

I have a VCT VT 500J and a 100 volt Japanese pre-amp I no longer have the instructions that came with the VT500J. My question is into which font outlet on the units face plate do I plug the japanese 100volt unit into to step the voltage down to 100 Volts?

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If you have an American appliance, plug it into the American outlet if you are in Japan. If you have a Japanese appliance plug it into the Japanese outlet if you are in the Americas. Use an adapter to change the cord at the back to plug into a Japanese outlet if you are in Japan.

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