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Powere input I fried my stanton st-150 but plugging it into 220v instead of 110v. Is it fused. I want to open it up and check but am not sure I will ruin it?

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Re: Powere input

Some ST-150's have fuses, some do not. It would be on the rear of the unit, next to the power cable. If it is not there, then it might be under the turntable platter, on the main board. Not sure if you have a US or non-US model. So check both places. If you cannot find the fuse, then you don't have one. It's not that hard to locate. If this is the case, then your power transformer probably fried and will need to be replaced. This part runs about US$40


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