Question about Fender Passport P-51 Consumer Microphone
I have the Fender P-250... on the back it has a switch that allows you to plug the speakers into either 110v or 230v, well I forgot to change the switch to 230v and pluged into 230v and it was set to 110v. now it does not work.
The Fender Passport P-250 has a switch on the back of the unit that allow the unit to work with 120V or 240V systems. If you connect the unit to 240V when in the 120V setting, the fuse should blow without damage to the power supply. This is not 100% safe, but the intended design uses a spark gap device to absorb the overload for this condition with the intent to blow the fuse.
If you replace the fuse, and it blows again or does not work, you will need to replace the power supply module which is a custom part specific to the P-250.
I hope this information helps with your repair.
Posted on Feb 18, 2015
You have to replace the power supply with exact voltage and amperage.
Be careful next time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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