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Bose 321 hi, i accidentally plug the bose 321 110volts to 240 volts, can this be repaired, thanks

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  • ferdierick Nov 10, 2007

    Thanks John, I'll be going to Bose repair centre tomorrow.




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Posted on Nov 10, 2012


You probably blew up several components in the power
supply circuit, but yes it can be fixed.
Just take it down to your local TV repair shop.
Oh wait, those don't exist anymore.


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    prakash Rodrigues Aug 26, 2014

    try another adaptor .. if it does not work then take it for repairs



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Most equipment survives short term high voltage but sometimes it just can't take it.
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