Question about DeVilbiss PulmoNeb Compressor Nebulizer System
The nebulizer is 110v, I accidentally plugged it in a 220v outlet now it won't start
Plugging a 110v device into a 220v outlet is not likely, as the plugs are a different configuration. In the event that you somehow managed to do that, your device is probably fried, as that would be to much voltage. Hate to say it; but you are probably gonna need a new one
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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