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The 110v transformer was inserted into 220v socket!

Hi, I bought this camera from the US and by mistake I plugged it's transformer(110v) into 220v socket!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(
after I connected the camera into a 220v transformer I have noticed that the camera stopped working (stopped transmitting).
what shell I DO....??
Can I get the transmitter circuit from anywhere??

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You have damaged the system beyond economical repair. There are so many components inside that have fried that it is impossible to repair. Sorry. That's what happens when you overvolt an electronic circuit.

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