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Mistakedly pluged in to 220v outlet, heard pop and now will not power up

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Hi there,
well,since there is an overload protection in your unit,we can't sure the most important parts of your has been affected,but if you have circuit breaker this might not be affected thats why we have the safety device.reset circuit breaker and also overload relay if there is,its like a lever to push it be sure to connect it acquired or exact volt rating eg. 110v.then switch on if still not run.we have to isolate check up mostly the important part.
but in this case this should be done by service a/c technician
they have to check the compressor and fan motor if has been affected on burning out.also the control board they have to check
the relay where the compressor get source to run.you can call up check the service manual your service center.if still under warranty
claim your warranty for lesser cost.have a nice day

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