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Old 14th September 2015, 03:10 AM   #1
mhwang is offline mhwang  United States
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Default Mark Levinson 431 Voltage conversion to 120V

I've moved to US with my Mark Levinson 431. Can anyone help me convert it to 120V (60Hz) from 220V (60Hz) ? There are couple of jumpers near the left rear side of amp looking from the front of the amp, but I am not sure about the correct jumper positions. If I could get the schematics of the amp, it would be even better. Please help.
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