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Keurig blown fuse, plugged into 220 volts.

Deployed to Afghanistan, New machine was accidentally plugged in to 220 volts. Can anyone tell me where to locate and replace the fuse??

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SOURCE: I have a 110 volt Keurig coffeemaker from the U.S.

find a power converter to change voltage

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No they do not; I emailed Keurig Customer Service several times and received the same response each time; Keurig stated the EU has not approved the use of their devices in Europe. They have no 220v coffee makers that we can buy here in the U.S> and do not sell their K-cups in Europe. I am moving there next month and will take the easy way and just buy something when I get ther

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