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The power supply of my pioner dvd was burn

My pioner dvd player DV-C5505 was plug to 220 volts and was blown! it has only 110 volts and accidentally plug into 220 volts. the voltage regulator, transformer was damage! how can i fix this?

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check all semiconductor in the power board and look for a shorted and open parts! then replaced the defective parts.

Thanks!

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