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TC-118SD Repair - Voltage Selector

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Arken

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Hi, recently I got my hands on a TC-118SD that isn't working. At first sight, it only needs a plug, but the voltage selector tab has broken off (or it just never had one) and I can't tell which voltage range (110-120 or 220-240) it's set at, and also can't tell which way it went in, so I can't check the case labeling.
Is there any way to determine what it's set at without plugging it in? I have 240v in my mains, so I'll burn it if it's wrong.

Edit: The selector has three cables, orange, red and yellow in the middle. The red and orange go to a transformer, and the yellow goes to a capacitor.
 
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Arken

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I got it working, but now I have a different problem:

Although there is audio coming out of the headphones jack, there is none out of the line out panel in the back. Everything else seems to work fine, and I don't see any bad connections.
I can't seem to find any information about it anywhere else, either.

I have the schematics, too, but it really doesn't tell me much.
 
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