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YST-SW215 Every time I turn the power on, it blows the internal 4a / 125 v fuse. The unit is practically brand new. Any help? Bill

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Do you have the input voltage switch set to 120V 60hz. There is a switch that should change from 120v/60hz to 220v/50hz. In the US this should be on 120v/ 60hz

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