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Technics SL-1200MK5 voltage or fuse problem

I bought a technics Mk5 1200 in america, they woekerd just fine, they told me that they should work in europe with 220 v but when i plug one the red light when on and the i hear a clap and then nothing dead.. i think the fuse whent off how do i replace it??? and were is this internal switch to change from 110 to 220?? thank you very much

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To change it from the 110 to 220 the switch is under the turntable platter. Put your fingers in the 2 holes under the slip matts and pull up evenly. It may be a little hard but it will come off. As for the fuse...its inside the deck. Unscrew the feet and all the screws. the black rubber part will come off. Good luck!

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