Question about JBL On Stage Micro Portable Speaker Dock for Apple iPod - Black
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I bought a JBL on stage II speaker (brand new) 120v and didn't know that it doesn't work with 240v. I plugged it into a 240v and turned it on...now it doesn't work even after I bought a transformer to convert the current from 240 to 120v.
Do you think the speaker is repairable? And how much will it cost?
If your 120v unit is not marked for use with 220-240v and you plugged it into such a socket (even once), you probably fried the AC adapter and will need to get a replacement.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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