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JBL on stage II speaker doesn't work

Dear Fixya,

How are you?

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?

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Liz

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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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