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So I have a quite embarrassing question I need an answer to.

Basically, I've been having some trouble with my subwoofer lately, and I was just setting up my sub-amp over again to make sure the amp wasn't the problem. So here comes the embarrassing part. I have the Zachry DSW-230N, and it has this 230V/115V switch. I didn't know what it was doing, so I just quickly switched it from 230V to 115V for a brief second - but my amp died right away. It didn't make any noise or anything, I just saw the LED turn off. (Yes, I googled the switch right away, and I know I'm in trouble. By the way, the voltage in my country is 230V.)

The amplifier is quite new and I can't afford another one. I have a passive subwoofer and a receiver that needs a powered one, so the sub is unusable at the moment too.

Is it possible to fix the amplifier? How?? :confused: I'm stressed out. Help!
 

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Replace any fuses inside the sub plate amp and the mains plug. There will be fuse inside the little pull out drawer next to the IEC connector.

If it doesn't work, you've blown the plate amplifier.
 
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