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VOLTAGE SELECTOR do I have to unscrew the back and change the voltage selector if im using 120 voltage

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Not if it wasn't manufactured for an area of use that is running something other than 120 volts. If it wasn't imported then plug it in and go.

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Thanks for using FixYa. From what you have described it seems the fault is in the voltage selector rotary switch, it’s the round voltage selector switch not the other one, because you'll notice that there are 2 voltage selector switches at the back. The lock might be broken so you couldn't switch the primary terminals of the main transformer. In other words this amp has 2 power transformers, the small standby transformer and the large main transformer. Try to press that round switch and press the front panel power switch. If it goes ON, then fix the center lock of that round switch. If not then you might have to replace the switch.


Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


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have you fixed it already?
I have the same receiver with the same problem as yours.
I found the fault in the voltage selector rotary switch. I'm refering to the round voltage selector switch not the other one, because you'll notice that there are 2 voltage selector switches at the back. The lock was broken so it couldn't switch the primary terminals of the main transformer.
Basically this amp has 2 power transformer, the small standby traffo and the large main traffo.
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http://www.onkyousa.com/model.cfm?m=TX-SR573&class=Receiver&p=s

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