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Blown transformer Seem to have a faulty transformer. Can not find any details or replacememt for transformer. Part number 8201-28000-001-0 KS 23h, cna anyone help?

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  • Walter Turko Aug 06, 2007

    Thats the problem I dont have any further details on this transformer. I have contacted sherwood nad searched the web to no avail.

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Do you know the Input and Output voltage on this transformer? The only advice I got 4u is to find the Identical/similar Input/output/wattage for this transformer or find a shop that can rewind a new wire's on that transformer. Hope this may help you

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