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Don't wanna question you Mike, you da man, but this unit clearly had a sticker on the LVPS that had 110-120V ticked off only.


If however you're right then he does not need the stepdown txf I told him to put onto the unit.


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To elaborate,this unit has the manufacturers label which states

"Volts 90-264" and also next to the power cord connector it has some masking tape with hand written "110v Only".

Was this your addition Curt to ensure I didn't damage it prior to verifying it would accept 240V.

On the rectifier box there is another label which has two boxes with

VAC 100-120

VAC 220-240

Neither of these boxes look crossed.


How do I confirm without risk of damage what it will accept?
 

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Baggy, if it had "110 only" there was no need to ask the question.

That was an indication of change or a different than normal Marquee power supply. The Marquee would normally have a "auto" switch (international) power supply.
 

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Yes, I put the masking tape on it to warn you.


Pull out the power supply and that's where I saw a manufacturer's label of 110-220V only. Where did you see the 90-264V sticker? I may have missed it.


Anyways, other than the masking tape (and the CRT's), I changed nothing in the set, so maybe it is autosensing.


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Mike & Curt ,

Thanks for your help.

Curt, removed power supply as advised.Couldn't see 110V only label.

Took a photo of label on power supply and will send as e-mail.

Sticker stating Volts 90-264 was on facia plate.


Kevin
 
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