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Help to identify circuit took from a mixer

Abdessamadb

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Can anyone please help me with this circuit and what is it for. I took it off a mixer it was directly connected to the outlet via the blue and brown wires.
 

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It is a simple mains interference filter, either to protect the rest of the device from mains borne noise or to prevent internally generated noise going out along the power cable.

Brian.
 

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