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Montini 18th June 2012 08:05 AM

Logitech Z5500 220V 50Hz to 220V 60Hz
 
My Logitech Z5500 purchased in Sri Lanka with a power rating stated as 220V 50Hz does not work in Saudi Arabia when plugged into a 220V 60Hz power supply. The standby light comes on but cannot switch on the unit. please help to get this fixed.

luka 18th June 2012 02:09 PM

interesting, you will have to open it up, to get to the amp and power supply, but I don't see why it doesn't work
are you sure, that only 50Hz vs 60Hz is the difference?

Bas Horneman 18th June 2012 05:09 PM

Hard to say what the problem is. It should work fine if it is 220/60Hz. Apparently depending on where you are in Saudi Arabia. The voltage could also be 127v/60Hz. One of the very few countries where they have a dual system.

Montini 19th June 2012 05:44 AM

Luka, the only difference is the 50Hz and 60Hz which is killing me as I want to get this working.

Bas, Yes, in my house both 127v/60Hz and 230v/60Hz power outlets are available. However, most of the electronic equipment used by me are 230v/60Hz purchased locally, except the Logitech unit I brought in as it wasn't available here.


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