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220v instead of 110v on hitachi wagic wand massager

220v was run through instead of 110v, magic wand 'popped' and now does not work. I have removed the coverings and noticed the the board has burnt out. How do I replace and how do I remove the switch and board to take to electrician to look at?

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If your wand is N American then "don't do it" 220 through a 110/120 will fry all the magic out of it. You could get a step down transformer 220 to 110. Plug that into the 220 socket and plug your magic wand charger into that.

The cost would not be worth it though ... buy some more magic that is 220. be happy ... not sorry :-)

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rotate the head/neck part, one of the sides is not aligned with the notches in the bace of the neck. rotate it to fit right then you should be able to fit it on easily

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The cost would not be worth it though ... buy some more magic that is 220. be happy ... not sorry :-)

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