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Plugged in 220v by mistake

I plugged my receiver by mistake into a 220v. i already replaced the fuse but still there is no power. what should i replace next? thanks in advance.

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  • goliath6900 Oct 09, 2007

    what's a trafo? the step down transformer where i am supposed to plug it in? yes i checked the transformer already. nothing wrong with the transformer. i dont get any power. not even the clicking sound. when i press the power, nothing happens. is there a transformer inside the amp?

  • goliath6900 Oct 09, 2007

    where is the secondary coil located and how does it look like? i tried take out what seems to be a transformer but its wrapped with a metal housing. couldnt see what was inside.

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Did you check trafo? Do you get any power on secondary coil?

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