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I used 220v electricity to ON the woofer but the woofer needed 110v. Now I cannot turn it on. Please let me know what parts will be damaged or need repairs?

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Try changing your main fuse - it should have blown.

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The only surefire way to know if you caused damage is by testing; so it is suggested that you obtain a new power supply, set it on the proper setting, plug it into the machine, and see if it all still works. I'd run some stress tests (there are utilities that can do this for you, or you can have a local repair guy do it), and see if the machine is having any issues.

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While appliance working ONLY at 220v will just not work or under perform (like a hair drier) when plugging electronic equipment that runds ONLY at 110v then that item will be "fried" as all its electric components will be burnt as it will receive twice the power that it was build to receive. Should that happen the safety switch on the 220v circuit where the item was MISTAKENLY plugged will be triggered (hopefully or there will be risk of fire and serious injuries, even death) and the power will be shut off. That's a major but possible mistake.
If traveling abroad those who come to US will unlikely damage their appliances (like electric razors) as they will receive less power (110v vs 220v) and usually these items are protected against these mistakes by the specifications of their own design. The opposite is not true of course as just mentioned above.
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