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  • Converting Marshall 6101 from 220 to 110v?

    Does anyone know if a Marshall 30th anniversary 6101 can be converted to 110v? This one doesn’t have the switch in the back. Can the 2 primary windings that are now in series be wired in parallel for 110v use?
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  • #2
    Looks like you can. Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      Thanks Jon!
      can you tell if this sounds correct?
      I would attach the brown to the other end of the top winding opposite the blue wire and move the other wire on the lower winding to the blue one.

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      • #4
        If you avoud moving the brown and blue wires from the terminals they’re currently connected to, then you can’t get their polarities wrong.
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        • #5
          Leave the brown and blue where they are.
          split the winding connection. Click image for larger version

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          • #6
            Thanks for this information. Now i have to see if I can remove the little board directly over the PT without having to remove the big power tube board and the one above that. I had a broken solder joint on one of the filter caps on the big board earlier and all 3 boards were out. I would hate to have to through that again.

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