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Current version by: mayer (vote details) ,

Title:

Plugged my Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand Blender into a 220v power source?

Text:

I plugged my 110v hand blender in a 220v power source. It made a flash, and never turned on again, so we can assume its burned, right?

What exactly was damaged?

Is it possible to fix it?

How?

Where do I buy the parts needed to do it?

Device:

Blender

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

203624

Edit by: Walter Galan ,

Title:

Plugged an 110v appliance inmy Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand Blender into a 220v power source.source?
Plugged an 110v appliance inmy Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand Blender into a 220v power source.source?

Text:

I plugged my 110v hand blender in a 220v power source. It made a flash, and never turned on again, so we can assume its burned, right?

What exactly was damaged?

Is it possible to fix it?

How?

Where do I buy the parts needed to do it?

Device:

Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand blender.Blender
Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand blender.Blender

Status:

open

Original post by: pedro ,

Title:

Plugged an 110v appliance in a 220v power source.

Text:

I plugged my 110v hand blender in a 220v power source. It made a flash, and never turned on again, so we can assume its burned, right?

What exactly was damaged?

Is it possible to fix it?

How?

Where do I buy the parts needed to do it?

Device:

Cuisinart CSB-76 Hand blender.

Status:

open