Transform question

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Transform question

By wolffcub

5 months ago

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#1 5 months ago

This is all new to me so I just want to make sure. I’m doing a Lectronamo rebuild and I’m just at the stage to wire the old trans to the new rectifier board. I noticed in my schematic terminals 1 and 5 are to be used and are designated to be bridged as 1-3 and 5-7. My actual unit is using 1 and 9 and bridged 1-3 and 9-11. Reason for this ?

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#2 5 months ago

Check the schematic notes. Different jumpering is required for different line voltages. 110, 120, 220, etc. The schematic usually shows 120v for the US but the game could have come from a region with a different line voltage.

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