conversion from 120v to 220v sansui au d33 amplifier
hello to everybody
I have a sansui au d33 amplifier , on the back is stated input 110 120 220 240 v
there's asticker 120v and it's working in 120v , I would like to have it working in 220v as it's in Italy , inside on the board ( F3579 page 8 of the service manual ) where's the fuse there are pin connectors that I think should be changed in the correct position for the differet input but I haven't figured out how , even in the service manual there's no explanation about it
if I connect to the 220v now the fuse 2A blows immediately as it draws more current ( for 110 v is advised 5A fuse )
anybody familiar with Sansui's way of label board connections ? can explain how to change the pins ?
tomorrow I' ll try to post a picture of the board with the cables connected as they are now , how can I upload a picture ?
of the total 5 wires ( blue orange yellow purple red ) with pins (on the board 7 total pin posts so 2 are free ):
there are the blue orange and yellow wire pins positioned as I understand for 120v position marked on the board
what does spare TM mean (there are purple and red cable pins connected there) ?
the area next to spare tm ( next to the printed words "yellow orange ") has two pin posts but no wires attached , should I connect one there ? these are the only free pin posts , everything else on the board is soldered
Would be correct to move purple from spare tm to one of the free posts as to complete the 220v connections advised ont he board ?