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Plugged in heard a pop noise now no power

Had my Logitech system shipped from the U.S. to France with all my other gear. Plugged in my speaker system, pushed the power button and then nothing. I think it had a power surge because of the different voltage here but since it's PC gear shouldn't it work everywhere? Now no signs of life are in these speakers at all. Is their a fuse? I am guessing no because it is all hard wired. Any suggestions on repair if possible. Thank you.

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