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Accidentally plugged the 110V to a 220V

Hello I just want ti know what are the probable damage that may occur if I have plugged the 110V to a 220V as smokes emits after i plugged the unit.

Are fujitsu power supplies has fuse in it?

your prompt response shall be appreciated.

Thank you.

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  • teal841 Feb 22, 2008

    aww would this mean i'll have to purchase the PSU from its manufacturer? or i could use other PSU other than its brand name? FYI my computer is a Fujitsu DeskPower FMV series and sadly it is only available in Japan :-((

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Hi,
you,ll have blown the PSU.
there maybe an internal fuse, located in the PSU. but if smoke was bellowing out, i,d say it went straight past the fuse.
New PSUs the best bet.
Mike @ Compurepair.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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