vantage 220v power boards????

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tommyaa

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Im just about to get a 110v version of the vantage, but i have 220v here where i live, and now im told it has to go to the factory to get the voltage board exchanged????

Is there anyway to do this my self???

Tommy Axen
 

Frank K.

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Hi Tommy,
you need to change the boards. Otherwise you can use a voltage converter which delivers 120 V/ 60 Hz.
Contact Jim Power at ML. He is a very kindly man and will help you.
Good luck, Frank
 

liffy99

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Hmmmmm
Asked the same question of Jim who told me I'd have to wait 6 months before ML would provide replacement boards.
 

alekz

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Does anybody know if the replacement boards (or panels) be purchased directly from the factory without going to a dealer?
 

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Sorry - this may have been brought up elsewhere. Where's the proof that anyone has had them for six months? If I pay cash for speakers (private sale)and have no proof of purchase and somehow manage to loose all documention relating to their delivery to my house how can anyone tell how long I've had them? Is it a random six months from the date of my first enquiry?
 

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