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Wrong valtage 220V through the receiver

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  • petersa May 08, 2008

    I ended up putting 220volt through a receiver that is set for 110 volts for about 3seconds. I then changed the fuse , connected the receiver with 110v and tryed again. ( with a transformer)

    At this stage I can only receive sound through the receiver

    No screen

    Can you help

    Regards

    Peter

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I am not sure what your question is but if you purchased the U.S. version and it is 110V and you are somewhere where there are 220V, you will need to purchase a stepdown transformer for it to work properly.

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