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If you are using a 220V-240V appliance at 110V, you will need a transformer. If you are using a 110V appliance at 220V-240V, you can also use a transformer but may be able to get away with a (cheaper) converter though not with all appliances.
there are suitable converters in the market from 220v to 110v.
google in your area to find an electronic store that provides this type of converters.
second choice .
if you know someone that winds electrical transformers or motors .you can ask him to modify your transformer its easy done .
number of wire turns and diameter.... turns *2 and diameter 1/2.
for an example: 410 turns for 110v it will be 820 turns and 1/2 diameter of the wire, that will fit exactly the transformer size.
You have damaged the system beyond economical repair. There are so many components inside that have fried that it is impossible to repair. Sorry. That's what happens when you overvolt an electronic circuit.