1 nielDa 2 weeks ago Tech question: I have an amp with a universal power transformer that is delivering higher-than-expected voltages. It has terminals for wall voltages of 115V, 145V, 160V, 205V and 225V. Even though my actual wall voltage is just over 120VAC the voltages when using the 115V terminal are far beyond the expected difference. I can unsolder and reconnect to the 145V terminal, but wondering what would I see on the 115V terminal if I just added a jump wire between the 115 and 145 terminal. (I'm thinking I'll still see 115, but can someone check me on this before I start experimenting this weekend?)Edit: The voltages shown in this photo aren't correct for this transformer. See below.