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My speaker had accidentally plug-in to 230V since my speaker is 120V (because i'm based in the Philippines) then it short. it wont power up again. i dont know what to do.

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Yes, you would have burned out something inside. Either open up and find the issue, or replace the system. 120 volts can kill you easily, so if you are not really good at electrics, replace the system and live.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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My relative send me a luxor tv its 50hrz..here in the philippines we use 60hrz.,is it possible and safe


is there no small slide switch at the back of the tv
10 volt difference
may need an converter to make up 10 volts

The more significant difference is that 60Hz systems usually use 110V (120V) or thereabouts for the domestic power supply, while 50Hz systems tend to use 220V, 230V etc


read this information on the 50 and 60 hrz
Difference between 50Hz and 60Hz frequency

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Incorrect paper size while copy in progress for Canon iR2016 series.


Regarding pick-up error "change paper size"or "incorrect paper size" while copy/print:

These may do the trick:

Point of problem:
Paper Pick-Up Assembly
Problem:
Prevention of incorrect Paper Size Error or Pickup Assmbly Delay Jam (0104) upon Cassette Pick-up

Behaviour of copier:
When making a pick-up setting as from the Cassette and starting Copy, "incorrect paper size" error or pick-up delay
jam (0104) may occur.

Possible reason:
When considerable amount of Paper Lint is attached onto the Vertical Path Roller , the feeding power is
undermined and the paper feeding is delayed, resulting in "incorrect paper size" error or "pickup assembly delay"
jam.




Servicing work:
When the foregoing symptom occurs, be sure to replace the 27T/50T Gear [old type] with the 33T/50T Gear [new
type] and the 29T Gear with the new type simultaneously.

Affected machines are:

iR2016J 120V KQW00838 and later iR2020 230V KRS02060 and later
iR2016J EUR 230V KQX19105 and later iR2020i 120V SRB03779 and later
iR2016J 230V KQY08575 and later iR2020i EUR 230V SRC03634 and later
iR2016 EUR 230V KRB61503 and later iR2020i 230V SRE00245 and later
iR2016J EUR 230V TXK10815 and later iR2016i 120V SRH01205 and later
iR2016 120V KRE05112 and later iR2016i EUR 230V SRJ04494 and later
iR2016 230V KRJ07227 and later iR2016i 230V SRL00298 and later
iR2020J 230V KRM01592 and later
iR2020 EUR 230V KRP16433 and later
iR2020 120V KRR07615 and later





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I Accidentally plugged my 125v sewing machine into an 230v outlet


None. "Accidentally" forced the plug into where it did not fit? Next time, ask a nearby 5 year old if they would do that: if the answer is, "YES." Then, do not do it. You just dead shorted 240VAC in your sewing machine= 120v L1 120V Neutral

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How do I eliminate buzz?


Things to check:
1. With your multi meter, measure from left ground to right ground. What do you get? Measure from each input ground to chassis. What do you get there.

2. Get or make a pair of shorting plugs. Plug those into the inputs. Power on. Hum there or gone?

3. Turn the pre-amp on. Connect. Level of hum change with preamp on?

4 additional information. How efficient are your speakers? This is a big amp, high-efficiency speakers may show some noise, while low-efficiency speakers won't.

A trip back to the shop may be indicated, too.

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Rainbow e2 type 12 120v , accidentally plugged into 220v, would barely power up, possibly controller board defective?


probably need both as the extra 100 volts would burn the board and the motor
it is never advisable to buy electric equipment from another country because of the voltage differences but even then the plugs are made different so that the cord will not plug directly into the power outlet.

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Do I need to replace the battery and buy a converter, or buy a completely new one? Is it completely broken?


Normal the high input voltage should influence the output voltage. The120V AC to 9V DC will be blown, but with a bit of luck, your Crosley cruiser will be ok. Only if the power convertor is poorly made, the high voltage could have gone through the convertor and then it damaged everything in the cruiser. Try a new 9V power supply and see what it does.

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We have just moved my girlfriends hot tub from her old home to her new place. I was intending to just put a plug on the wires and plug it into an external socket at my girlfrienSs new house. However when i...


Depending on if the motor for the tub is 120v or 215/230v follow these instructions....
120v - connect each black wire to it's own spade terminal and the green/yellow wire to the round ground tab on the new plug.
215/230v - follow the same procedure, but when complete, make sure that you are connecting to a 215/230v outlet, if it is a standard 120v outlet, you will most likely blow a fuse, or even worse the motor.
There should be a name plate on the motor that will tell you if the motor is 115v or 215/230v.
If the motor is 120v, you will have one "Line" wire, and the other is "Neutral" In A/C wiring it does not matter which is which due to the fact that the "Line" and "Neutral" alternate there current 60 times a second
If the motor is 215/230v then both the black wires are considered "Line", meaning that they both are carrying current at all times.
Hope this helps

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My 2270 jambs paper from tray one every time. I changed the pickup rollers still no help. All my other trays feed properly even the stack bypass


Hi mate,
Prior to your issue i may enlighten you with this source.
Technical Infomation 0105/0101/0102/0103/0201/0202/0203/0204 Jam Code: Paper lint adheres to surface of vertical path roller



Description
Since a type of paper that can easily generate lint was used, the paper lint adhered to the surface of the vertical path roller and decreased the paper feed performance of the roller, causing the jam code "0105."
Depending on paper sources, the following jams occur.
- Cassette 1: 0105 (registration sensor PS9 delay)/0201(cassette1 retry sensor PS10 stationary)
- Cassette 2: 0101 (cassette 1 retry sensor PS10 delay)/0202(cassette 2 retry sensor PS11 (cassette pedestal) delay)
- Cassette 3: 0102 (cassette 2 retry sensor PS11 delay)/0203 (cassette 3 retry sensor PS1 (cassette pedestal) delay)
- Cassette 4: 0103 (cassette 3 retry sensor PS1 (cassette pedestal) delay)/0204 (cassette 4 retry sensor PS2 (cassette pedestal) delay jam)
To prevent this, a vertical path roller to which paper is hart do adhere was used for the following machines (the color of the roller was changed from black to gray).
- iR2230 120V THF03592 and later/120V TW SHD00033 and later /220V CN SHC01553 and later/230V EUR THG02606 and later /230V THH00339 and later
- iR2270 120V SLH28893 and later/120V TW KJN00097 and later/ 220V CN KJL00763 and later/230V EUR KGL54733 and later/230V KGM03613 and later/230V CA SLF02281 and later
- iR2830 120V THK01045 and later/220V CN SHE01035 and later
- iR2870 120V SLG13303 and later/120V TW KJR00054 and later/220V CN KJP00589 and later/230V EUR KGD13135 and later/230V KGE00333 and late/230V CA SLD00411 and later
- iR3530 120V THL01319 and later/120V TW SHK00085 and later/220V CN SHH00829 and later/230V EUR THM01596 and later/230V THN00209 and later
- iR3570 120V SKV61037 and later/120V TW KJU00760 and later/220V CN KJS00928 and later/230V EUR KFW21901 and later/230V KFX02555 and later/230V CA SKT01761 and later
- iR4570 120V SKU23728 and later/120V TW KJX00122 and later/220V CN KJV00690 and later/230V EUR KFQ15439 and later/230V KFR02186 and later/230V CA SKQ01030 and later Field Remedy
When the symptom occurs with the machine without the foregoing serial numbers, replace the vertical path roller.

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Pluged into the wrong voltage


Hi,


You have to replace the power supply with exact voltage and amperage.
Be careful next time.


Regards;
Hassan

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Have to change power input from 120V/60Hz to 230V/50Hz


ok " check the net for plug and power converters that plug in to
Singapore receptacle

Had a set for Europe worked great

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