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Having the dif-probe on the way. Just trying luck, but did anybody see a service manual with the PSU schematic? There is a possibility it can be rewired to work with 230 V.

Anyway just hope it'll still be in good condition, sellers claims most of the package is new. A guy at EEV said his P6046 drifted less than 1 % in 25 years so I hope I'll have some luck too
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Great, thanks! So I will severe the current 2 and 3 connections and connect them together…I've seen a post on EEV claiming the windigs are in parallel and for 230 V they would most likely be put in series and it indeed seems so.
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Seems like it's going to take more time than I thought. Rewiring the transformer was easy, but using the probe, oh, well…
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