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Old 3rd September 2009, 03:58 PM   #1
smitzk is offline smitzk  United States
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I have a Phonic Powerpod 740 Plus and a few days ago it blew a fuse a practice. I got more fuses but it kept blowing them so I took it apart and found that a Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) was fried. I took it to a local component shop and they gave me a replacement but said they didn't know if the ratings were the same. The only writing on the MOV, or I think it is, that I took out is 'TL08' and below that '020'. If anyone has a component list for the powerpod 740 plus, a schematic, or knows of a website that I could trace this part down and find the ratings it would be much appreciated.

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