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Sony vph 1251 ac power?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by hasse.r, Aug 28, 2002.

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  1. hasse.r

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    :confused: Hi does the sony vph1251 have the same power input around the world? Is it only to change the fuse? Thanks Hasse
     
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    I've never done it but I thought it was a fuse change. The brochures indicate different models for 120v and 240v so I may be wrong.
     
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    I had a Sony D50 and it was a simple matter of changing the glass fuse located next to the power inlet.
    I have just checked again my 1292 it appears the same.

    Projector specs in the US (www.projectorspecs.com) use to list the power specs for each projector and whether it was a pure fuse change etc.
     
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    Sorry I was being lazy :)

    They have changed their url from projectorspecs to crtcinema.

    Here is the link for sony projectors http://www.crtcinema.com/sonyspecs.html

    It clearly states that all 12xx models require a simple fuse change.

    This source is pretty reliable.
    I've bought numerous products from them and eMailed them regarding the voltage on my old Sony D50.

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    Well can you see what it says in the stamp on the side of the power box?Next to the HV block
    Thanks Hasse
     
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