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    Help me install a power transformer on my 1974x. The transformer is from heyboer. I bought it after talking to the manufacturer, who told me it was intuitive because the leads were color coded, but it turns out its not. I need to get the entire thing done this evening, and I honestly have no idea which lead goes where.

    I will PayPal $25 to whoever can either walk me through the wiring process or draw me an easy to understand diagram of where things go. Here is a link to the leads on my new transformer:
    http://www.18watt.com/storage/18wattPTs.gif

    I can send pics to your email if you need them. Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    Do you have someone walking you through it yet? The transformer can be wired for either 240 or 120v.

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    • #3
      $25 says this ends in electrocution

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      • #4
        Is that the Kobra Kai guy in your avatar?

        Musicalpeace, I am useless when it comes to electronics. Wish I could help. because I would be the guy that helps people out with stuff. Be safe
        teh *4L* band

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        • #5
          $25 says this ends in electrocution


          that would be a short story
          The community here was awesome but the digs & spirit of the place has been in decline ever since it became a business venture rather than a simple collective and this latest gong show really brought the chickens home to roost.Necessity is the mother of invention, ergo: www.guitarampboard.com.So long and thanks for all the fish, love izzy.

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          • #6
            $25 says this ends in electrocution


            Haha $25 says it won't. I already have the amp taken apart and discharged.

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            • #7
              Do you have someone walking you through it yet? The transformer can be wired for either 240 or 120v.


              Nope, not yet. I've gotten that far too. The amp has a 120 v circuit, according to the back. I figured out that I needed to use the black and black/white wires together, but I'm not sure if the red needs to be wired up to complete the circuit or not at all...

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              • #8
                Is that the Kobra Kai guy in your avatar?

                Musicalpeace, I am useless when it comes to electronics. Wish I could help. because I would be the guy that helps people out with stuff. Be safe


                That sir, is Jimi Hendrix. Thanks for the reply.

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                • #9
                  Not color coded
                  MFPOMFS

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                  • #10
                    Not color coded


                    As in each lead on the new transformer has a lead that corresponds by color to each lead on the stock transformer

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                    • #11
                      Haha $25 says it won't. I already have the amp taken apart and discharged.
                      Nice broseph, keep yourself alive

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                      • #12
                        Got a digital volt meter
                        MFPOMFS

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                        • #13
                          Got a digital volt meter


                          Yep.

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                          • #14
                            wow what a great idea. I'm sure $25 is more than enough money for someone to guide you through a high current circuit over the internet.

                            Seriously, just ask for free help. If anyone accepts your money, they're liable for the work. Even if you say they aren't.
                            http://www.guitarampboard.com

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                            • #15
                              I was all prepared to make an easy $25, then i clicked the link in the OP...why do you need anything else? What part of that are you having trouble with?
                              got a question about TITAN amps? ask me
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                              My band:Last Comes Gunfire

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