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110v - 240v

I have just got my Sound space 5 system from the US and i am in the Uk. I plugged my own plug into the power supply socket and the power supply hummed then blew the plug fuse it done the same with another plug i tried.
all the specs say it is compatible with 240V. Can anybody help

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I have had the power supply checked and it only blowed the fuse in my plug the unit is ok. Thank god we have fuses in our plugs in the UK, I have had a variac to bring 240v down to 120v and the power supply is working on my bench at work, I am going to try and change the taps at lunch and tap in the the centre pin so i can run 240v straight through. I had no idea the power supply was external. Why is this the case?

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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Well it may be compatible but it should hav a switch on the rear side to choose either 110 or 240V.Check for this but you probably burned primary side of main transformator and you'll have to replace it or to find somebody who is able to fix it

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