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Posted by Arsenio on October 31, 2004 at 11:12:03:
In Reply to: Re: AU-9500 Voltage problem posted by Sten on October 30, 2004 at 09:58:59:
: Hi Ken
: Donīt you have a Voltage Selector located at rear panel. Itīs hided under a cover where you can see Sansui Logo and Model Name of the amp. Two screws to be removed.
: : Recently I got an AU-9500 from E-Bay which suprise me that was a 110V machine (shown in the back). But in the tech spec on this web, AU-9500 should be an 110-240 auto voltage machine. My country was using 220V power, any one can help to change the input accept to 220V????
Try to open the ampl.cover,and locate inside if there is any voltage selector. My AU-819 voltage selector is inside the unit besides the transformer , a rectagular plug with pins has to be pullout and match the arrow to correct voltage setting, while my Eq SE-8 has a single color coded plastic socket pin to insert and match the voltage required, It might be similar. My place is also 220V, as long as 110/120/220/240 v(50/60~) stamped on the back of the unit more or less there is voltage selector unless stated 110/120V ONLY..
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