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On/Off Switch - Peavey DM 115 Operating Manual

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LOWER REAR PANEL
BOTTOM OF REAR PANEL
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ON-OFF SWITCH (1)
This rocker switch supplies AC power to the DM
with the left side of the switch pushed "in" or nearly flush with the rear panel.
The unit is AC power line fuse protected from overloads and fault conditions with
a slow-blow 5 x 20mm 250V fuse. This fuse is located within the cap of the fuse
FUSE (2)
holder. If the fuse fails, THE FUSE MUST BE REPLACED WITH THE SAME
The unit is AC power line fuse protected from overloads and fault conditions with a slow-blow 5 x 20mm
TYPE AND VALUE IN ORDER TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT AND
250V fuse. This fuse is located within the cap of the fuse holder. If the fuse fails, THE FUSE MUST BE RE-
TO PREVENT VOIDING THE WARRANTY!
PLACED WITH THE SAME TYPE AND VALUE IN ORDER TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT
The fuse in the DM™112 can be replaced with a time-delay type 5 x 20 mm size
AND TO PREVENT VOIDING THE WARRANTY!
250V rated fuse.
The fuse in the DM™112 can be replaced with a time-delay type 5 x 20 mm size 250V rated fuse.
For 100-120VAC operation, a fuse rated at 5 amps should be used. In the USA,
For 100-120VAC operation, a fuse rated at 5 amps should be used. In the USA, types GDC, GMC, 215, 218, and
types GDC, GMC, 215, 218, and 477 cartridge-style 5 x 20 mm size fuses with a
477 cartridge-style 5 x 20 mm size fuses with a 5 amp 250V rating can be used.
5 amp 250V rating can be used.
For 220-240VAC operation, a fuse rated at 2.5 amps and 250V should be used, which conforms to the interna-
tional fuse classification "T2.5 15AL".
For 220-240VAC operation, a fuse rated at 2.5 amps and 250V should be used,
which conforms to the international fuse classification "T2.5 15AL".
If the unit continues to blow replacement fuses, do not keep replacing them, it should be taken to a qualified
service center for repair. To replace the fuse, be sure to remove the IEC power cord from the IEC socket.
If the unit continues to blow replacement fuses, do not keep replacing them, it
should be taken to a qualified service center for repair.
IEC POWER CORD CONNECTION (3)
This receptacle is for the IEC line cord (supplied) that provides AC power to the unit. It is very important
To replace the fuse, be sure to remove the IEC power cord from the IEC socket.
that you ensure the DM™115 has the proper AC line voltage supplied. You can set the proper voltage for
your DM™115 using the Voltage Selector switch (3) on the rear panel of the unit.
Please read this guide carefully to ensure your personal safety as well as the safety of your equipment. Never
break off the ground pin on any equipment. It is provided for your safety. If the outlet used does not have a
This receptacle is for the IEC line cord (supplied) that provides AC power to the
unit. It is very important that you ensure the DM™112 has the proper AC line
FUSE (1)
IEC POWER CORD CONNECTION (2)
115 when switched to the ON position. The ON position is
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