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110 drill was plugged into 220 outlet

Can i fix it.

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How did this happen? Did you jimmy the plug???

There is the possibility there is a fuse inside. If so, it blew when you plugged the charger in.

If not, you probably smoked it.

It may be better to replace it.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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