Replaced Power Supply has Lower Power

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Replaced Power Supply has Lower Power

Postby Keith Sherwin » Sun Nov 27, 2016 5:39 pm

Look at the Voltage Switch to make sure it is set to the voltage being applied.
Especially important in North America with 110 V, but could cause a big problem if set to 110V and 220V is applied.
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