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Wanted Beomaster 8000 Transformer

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jaypink
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jaypink Posted: Fri, Mar 31 2017 8:44 PM

Has anybody got a spare BM8000 transformer for sale..?

 

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sonavor replied on Fri, Mar 31 2017 8:48 PM

Which transformer?  The smaller one is currently available on ebay. I have bought a couple things from that seller before. If it is the large (huge) transformer then I might possibly have a spare available in a few weeks. 

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jaypink replied on Mon, Apr 3 2017 9:21 AM

Morning...

Thanks for responding. I know there is a 120v one. Would that still be okay for 240v..? Let me know when the large one is available. All I know is someone has taken a look at mine and power is going in, but not transferring to the amp(..?)

Thanks again, speak soon.

 

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sonavor replied on Mon, Apr 3 2017 4:44 PM

The information you have on the fault is too vague. I would ask for a more detailed report about the Beomaster's power problem. Like what specific voltages are off or missing. Is there no voltage at all at the power supply? The Beomaster also has two fuses in the back. Have those been checked?
If you can, post some pictures of your Beomaster's transformers and power supply areas. Was the person that looked at it experienced with Beomaster 8000 repairs?

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sonavor replied on Mon, Apr 3 2017 7:41 PM

jaypink:

I know there is a 120v one. Would that still be okay for 240v..? 

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I should have asked what your line voltage requirements are. No, the 120V transformers in a US model Beomaster 8000 would not work for you (unless you used a step down transformer...kind of a pain).

I still am suspicious of whether your transformers are indeed faulty. That fault case seems unlikely to me. It isn't impossible but it certainly isn't likely.

-sonavor 

 

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jaypink replied on Wed, Apr 5 2017 9:55 PM

Thanks For your help Sonavor....

I will check out the voltage as you described and see whats happening. I'll get back to you... Thanks again..!

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