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I have a 120v transformer in my Denon, but as I live in England I need a 240v transformer to run it. Does anyone have any ideas where I can get one, or do you know of an equivalent transformer that would be suitable? Many thanks Garry.

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    Quarkstar Feb 09, 2008

    Thank you Palm beach! A prompt and usefull reply.

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    Quarkstar Feb 09, 2008

    Ah, do you mean I can get a step down transformer from maplins, because I`m actually looking for an internal replacement? Thanks Quarkstar.

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    Quarkstar Feb 10, 2008

    Hi Helen, thank you for your reply, it is most useful and cautionary! regards Garry.

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Hi there

You can easily obtain a suitable transformer here.....

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?TabID=1&ModuleNo=19413&doy=9m2

Hope this helps.....

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    Palmbeach Feb 09, 2008

    Hi Garry



    Thanks for the Fixya.



    It is possible that there is an internal or external voltage selector. Consult the manual if you have one, or perhaps go to the Denon site and download one.



    Or if you are technically minded you may be able to rewire the primary of the transformer for 230vac.



    It will be difficult to find a direct internal new replacement. You could try contacting Denon UK themselves.

    The likelyhood is, that there will be several secondary tappings on the low voltage side of the internal transformer. Finding an off-the-shelf transformer that corresponds to the existing secondary tappings and that will physically fit will not be easy.



    A word of caution, mains voltages can be lethal, so be careful!



    Regards

    Helen.






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