Question about Sony ICF-C1IP (Black) Docking Station

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Sony ICF-C1ip my son brought the Sony ICF-C1ip on a recent trip to the USA and on returning to the UK plugged it into the mains (240v). Having brought a 240/110 converter the machine does still not work and I wonder if there is a fuse that may have blown or if we can get a 240v transformer and wire this in directly?

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  • ni3p Nov 07, 2008

    I have also same problem. I plugged it in 240V and it does not show up the power.

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    Have the same problem. I have been googling the specs for the trafo with no luck (and the trafo doesn't hold any information, not very user friendly)

  • garyflameis Jan 03, 2009

    Anyone find a solution to this problem yet? garyflameis@gmail.com

  • elochi Jan 06, 2009

    I put the Sony ICF-C1IP Docking Station power supply into 220 Volts, the display lit for seconds then went away without any sound or smell.
    Any solution for this.
    I thought of replacing the power adapter, but couldn't find the power specifications.
    Please help.

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I resurched this anything between a 9v and 6v input will be fine, however your going to need at least 1000mA input current! This little guy pulls a bit of power. I tried a 9v at 350mA and above volume level 16 it would cut in and out, i replaced it with a 6v 1000mA i got from a salvation army charity store for $1 and it works great at full volume WITH MEGA Xpand whitch seemed to add extra load... So after a bit of soldering and 10 screws removed now working perfect!

Sony did put a plug in connector on the cuircuit boatd with some nice lose heat shrink you can slid back desolder the busted adaptor wire, thread the new wire through back case hole, re solder and slip said heat shrink back! Easy peasey!

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Hi, you resolv you problem of the icf-c1ip ?what is DC volts ?

Thanks ;)

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