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Sirion

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110v -> 220v
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This is probably a simple question but here goes: I have a 110v unit that a previous owner has converted to a 220v unit by adding a huge external transformer, effectively forcing one the keep it in one particular rack (or begin drilling holes in a new one). It is also rather noisy, which I think comes from this. (I have another unit that is far quieter.) Is is possible to get a replacement for the internal 110v transformer, so that I can convert it to a 220v unit without all the ridiculousness? I was a part of the scene here years ago, and I think there was a guy in Belgium selling these, but I haven't been able to find any more info on it… (was it the Jurrie Teeuwen mentioned in the logo?)
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Sirion

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Re: 110v -> 220v
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After looking around a bit more I came across this page, which was what I was thinking of above:

http://www.marshalljmpmodshop.net/miscellaneous_parts_and_replacement_tubes.htm

Dunno whether it still works, but there is no harm in asking.
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Re: 110v -> 220v
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Are you Halvor, if so I just send a reply to your email.
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