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Bought an american pioneer cdj 200 and plugged it into a uk mains supply so overloaded the circuit and i think it blew as the lights flickered and i heard a "puff" sound. Now even with the voltage converter it won't turn on.

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Try checking the fuse it may of blown, since thats noramly will happen when it short circuits

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