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|15th December 2012, 03:57 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Sri Lanka
Voltage Conversion of Jolida JD9
Can anyone advise me how to carryout voltage conversion from 110 V 60HZ to 220V 50Hhz on my recently acquired Jolida JD9 from USA.
I have written to Jolida and they are yer to respond to my request.
One of the vendors said that in order to get this converted to local voltage of 220V 50HZ, I have to locate the slider switch which is located at the back of the phono amp. The slider has to be shifted to the position correspond to 220V 50HZ and at the same time the fuse has to be changed to suit 220V and the appropriate current rating.
Kindly advise me, if someone knows simple modification of this JD9
Look forward to hearing from you soon.
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