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Wrong valtage 220v was put through the receiver

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  • petersa Apr 20, 2008

    Hi Graeme,
    Yes - 110 volt
    I can not get a signel from the DVD on HD

  • petersa Apr 20, 2008

    Yes I have a transformer

    I can listen to CD's

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Hi there. Is it a 110 volt unit that we are dealing with. What are the symptoms now?

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Graeme

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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    Graeme Ross Apr 20, 2008

    I guess first, how are you connecting it to the mains at the moment. do you have a transformer connected?

    Does it still turn on and operate normally in other modes, say on tuner or CD?

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    Graeme Ross Apr 20, 2008

    ok, sounds like you have escaped damage from the 220 volts. Thats good news:)

    They have a volatile memory, particularly for settings to do with video switching and input sourcing.
    If
    your unit has been disconnected, you may have to go through the menus
    and reselect the correct input sources for video switching.

    Q. Have you had the unit disconnected from the power for any length of time?

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