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Did I fry my inno2?

Recently on a trip to England, I plugged my radio and charger into a 240 power source. Silly me, I was told that all modern electronics will convert  to 240 if needed. Turns out all of them did except my beloved inno2 and it's treasure chest of music. Now it wont come on at all. I dont know if I fried the changer/base or the circuitry of the radio? Has anyone got any ideas on this one?

thanks, chuck

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  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    Mines did the same when i came back from Germany. Put I did have a little life left in the battery, I dont think the unit is gone it has to the charger. I will test my charger to see if its working and get back later.

    tmackkkk

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It's toast!!!

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