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110v - 220v power short problem

We recently plugged in our home theatre system that was purchased in the US (110v) into an outlet in India (220v). We did not see the instructions to flip the switch in the back to 220v before plugging it in. Now the player does not even power up (it did power up a few times initially before finally giving in).

Just wanted to know if something can be done to fix this...

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  • tarek_25 Sep 09, 2008

    I plugged a sharper image massager in a 220v outlet.OOPS!

    Anybody you know does repair in southern California. Is it worth fixing?

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No major worries. Only "Fuse" would have gone. You can get this replaced with some good electronic repair shops. Might charge you around Rs. 100 (else Rs. 500 since it is a "US return" item :) )

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