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Blown Subwoofer I bought the Logitech x-230 in the USA where the voltage is 120v and by mistake plugged it into a 240v socket. The speakers buzzed for a few secs and stopped working. How can I repair them to work on a 120v socket? Is there s fuse?

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Did you manage to fix this problem ... i am afraid i might have made the same mistake. But I used a 220V-110V adapter that I have been using for the notebook. I dont understand why that doesnt work in the case of the speaker. Is there any way I can make it work again?

Posted on Jul 14, 2007

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Hi , you will have to open the box and check for any fuses along the power input line, replace them if any and try it out but i strongly believe what happened there is that you fried the power supply in your subwoofer , there is no easy fix to this , you will need to replace the transformer and possibly check to see if the rectification circuit is damaged too, and the amplifier too. Good luck

Posted on Mar 21, 2007

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