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

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?

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pedro, the only way to determine exactly what has overloaded is by taking the blender apart. Most likely it is the caps (potentially a fuse on a circuit board) or even the motor. But, you'll have to take it apart to see what needs to be replaced.

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Hi oldturkey!

Thank you for your message!

So do you think I should take it apart? I am not very experienced in doing stuff like that, but, on the other hand, I don't think I have another choice...

I will open it and post the photos soon!

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I definitely would take it apart. Take lots of pictures so you know what goes where. then take a couple of hi-res images of the electronic components and post those to keep us informed.

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