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A dead General Electric Model 7-4612B clock radio

The clock is only wired for 120 V usage have been used with 220v and it no longer works.
there is no internal fuse ,the transformer indication are ~80v for theblue-white output and 1.07v for the red-black output. what parts otherthen the transformer could be damaged?
tanks in advance .

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The solution is to buy a new radio. Clock radios cost as little as $12 on Amazon.

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    I am 24 years old and this is the oldest item I still have. Got it when I was 5 or 6 for Christmas and would be upset if I ever encounter a problem with this tech mech late 80's alarm clock. I'm still wondering what year it actually is; I can't seem to find any information on that.

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