Long time ago, I used an amp that was wired for 230 volts on a 120 volts. The amp played fine & no damage occured but the amp probably did not play to its full potential. (I still would recommend having the correct voltage set as soon as possible). On the other side of the coin I'm sure if the amp was wired for 120v & used on 230v the unit most definately would sustain instant damage. You should be able to have the correct voltage set by a tech easily. Contact MF for further information, maybe they could email you a diagram on how this is done. By the way changing the internal fuse will not change the voltage. When the voltage has been changed then the internal fuse will have to be replaced with one of a different value (amperage) that is for 120v.
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