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Old 02-04-2005, 01:09 PM   #1
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Default Much More Power Master 20A Help

I just recieved a Much More Power Master 20A power supply and have a little problem, it's imput voltage is 220V.

In the specifications, it says
AC 90-130V or AC 180-260V (factory adjusted. Do not open the case.)

So I'm wondering if this can be adjusted to 110V and then just use a different power cord that I can propably find just about anywhere.

This thing looks sweet and is really lightweight and small, so I'd really like to get it to work, just wondering if any of the Much More guys can give me a hand, I understand it'll void the warrantee.
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Old 02-04-2005, 01:17 PM   #2
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Randy,
Search back under "MuchMore". There was a thread about this, something about a jumper, about two weeks ago.
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Old 02-04-2005, 01:19 PM   #3
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http://www.rcingreece.com/index.asp?...s&Car=MuchMore

click on the power supply pic, then cancel the password. the instructions should pop up.
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haha, awesome, that was easy thanks
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http://www.rcingreece.com/index.asp?...s&Car=MuchMore

click on the power supply pic, then cancel the password. the instructions should pop up.
Hello,

Thank you for giving a link to my site.
What do you mean by "then cancel the password."? I just downloaded the file and there was no password request?

Thank you again

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Nick, good info on your site. When you click on the picture of the Power supply to get more info a password request pops up, i think that is what dstyles is talking about.

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The only downside to the site was the pictures wouldnt load for me, some kind of different format that I couldnt view. It took me about 5 seconds to figure everything out once I had a description of what I was looking for though, so it was no problem, but for someone that has never opened up their electronics, might want to go to a jpg or gif format for the pics.
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The only downside to the site was the pictures wouldnt load for me, some kind of different format that I couldnt view. It took me about 5 seconds to figure everything out once I had a description of what I was looking for though, so it was no problem, but for someone that has never opened up their electronics, might want to go to a jpg or gif format for the pics.
Hi All,

We still have the instructions as a word document file on the UK website so you can resize the images if you wish. Please be very careful when opening though, its worth checking with your supplier first to ensure you get the correct voltage version.

much-more.co.uk

Here's a direct link to the input voltage instructions.

PSU Voltage Instructions

Nnick - We have always found your site works great for us - never been asked for a password.

Thanks again everyone.

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