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I just went to change the 9v battery in my eleuke ukulele and i was a bit distracted and accidentally put it in the wrong way. now the electronics do not work. does the ukulele have a fuse which i blown or have i fried it???? can it be easily fixed?

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There is no fuse... SOMETIMES the battery contacts get bent when battery is put in backwards due to the shape and size of the two connections. Verify the contacts in the uke are OK. Beyond that have a COMPETENT electronics person check it out. Often these have a protecting diode that prevents damage electronically.

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