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Old 12th March 2009, 02:07 AM   #1
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Unhappy a big z5500 problem

Hi i am nural from Turkey. I was a big fun of z5500 and still. I ve been to USA last summer and i bought my set over there. With trenmendous problems and great difficulty in bringing them to Turkey i was a bit nervous BECAUSE the set i bought from USA works with 110 volts and the electricity in Turkey is 220 volts. Up ahead everything was fine i set it up and i used a converter for the tip of the plug and then i plugged it in. The thing happened :
A bump sound occured and then it blowed the circuit breaker of whole house. then i brought them to a repairman and he opened the case. He winded up the bobbin according to the 220 volts and he looked at it and he said : it should work. Consequantly it worked...
Then what I see is it has electricity and everything going on. Control pod is fully functioning switches. But if you connect a cable digital analog and else it gives a very high volume of that input for about 3 seconds without bass and it "fades". However you open it again and again it makes the same thing : gives a big volume at the beginning and it puffs.
I can do or i can have it done if you give me a clue about it. Please do something I cried for days for this set and i will me extremely happy even though it cannot solve my problem. Thank you guys from the beginning...
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