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The power board bowled up because it was 110 voltage and they plugged it in a 220 voltage power and the system is not working again. I am very worried not knowing what to do with my system.hope you will help me get my machine back thanks,

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I have the problem with power control no vc3845b how can get this because i have tried to find the same no but i dint get it so how can i get equivalent of this product thanx

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The moment you plugged it in and tripped the fuse bad things happend, so most likely it won't hurt it anymore to plug it back into 220, although it could over volt and catch on fire. I would check the back of the screen to find out what it's operating range is. Many electronics are designed for a range of voltages to deal with other countries and power sources. I would guess something failed inside the system, most likely the Power Control Board (PCB) Why it held up for the night I have no idea.

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Well if you buy a 220 system it will be 220 volts.
All the bigger systems like for whole house will be 220.
some smaller under sink models will be 110.
There is no polarity since it is AC. If you find something that says polarity on a on demand water heater then somebody at the factory is smoking something.
110 has 3 wires. all tests need done with a multimeter on the AC setting.
Black wire will be 110 volts AC, White wire is neutral and green wire is ground.
220 system also has 3 wires. Colors can vary a bit here but usually it goes like this.
Red wire is 110 AC - Black wire is 110 AC and white wire is Neutral or ground.
Test to ground they read 110 Volts AC test to each other they read 220 AC because they are out of Phase to each other.
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To know whether any particular unit is 110 or 220 we would have to have the model number to look it up. Some can be either and in this case the only way to know is to take the junction box apart. If it is just plugging into a regular wall outlet then it is 110. If it looks like a special plug or like a dryer plug then it is 220.
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If your power brick supports 220, then all you will likely need is a plug adaptor, found at many electronics store. If not, you wil need to stop in at a computer store or an import store and get an international transformer, which are set up to convert many different country plugs and many common voltages.

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It sounds like you hav blown a fuse. Hopefully just a fuse, connecting a 110 to a 240 will hurt.
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Well, as a rule for electronics:
The United States and Canada use 110-volt electricity.
Most countries outside North America use 220-volt electricity.
Unless your appliance is dual voltage, you need to use a "converter" or a "transformer" to change the 220-volt electricity into 110-volt electricity in order to use a 110-volt appliance.
If your appliance is dual voltage, you can switch it to work on 220-volts, without a transformer or converter.

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Desktop units have a selector switch for 110 / 220 volts., which is done away with in the case of laptop one's which sense the input voltage and regulate accordingly.

I think your main concern is just that you have an adapter for the plug to go into the wall outlet.

Hope that helps :)

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