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I brought a computer back to UK from USA I plugged it in before i changed the voltage setting from 110 to 240, now it wont work. Can it be fixed? Does anyone know what needs done if it can be fixed? Thanks

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I guess the computer manufacturers would have thought about it   during manufacture  
and if a setting is given   may be
just maybe it can be fixed     why dont u consultt the manufacturers

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