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No power. Dead/ it kinda got shocked.

Got over amped with 220v. It was not on at the time but was plugged in.
Can it be repaired? I really want to fix it.
Does it have a fuse?
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There is a small fuse on the circuit board - a 20cm F5A - that has probably blown. Unfortunately, though, the PCB (506E) may also have blown and may need replacing.

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