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The transformer on my Bose Companion 3 may be dead

I was in China and plug in the 110V Bose Companion 3 power cord into the 220V wall socket. I think I blew the transformer. Is there a way to replace the transformer inside the base module?

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You need to change the adapter . there is no way you can repair

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