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I accidentally plugged my yamaha psr 185 into a 220v soccet

I got so excited that I plugged it in a 220v power supply and turned it on for 2 secs. Now it wont turn on using the 110v transformer. Help

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How did you get on with this? I've just done the same with my Yamaha V50 because two %#*@ wires looked the same and I made a mistake. Getting an engineer to look at it today but don't wanna get my hopes up.

Was it the fuse or was it f*cked?

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Probably You have burnt your adapter check out on it if it’s written also 220 or 250v if it’s not you will need new one

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Hi,

The overvoltage probably damaged components on the power supply board in the keyboard.

With the power totally disconnected from the keyboard open it up and locate the power board (where the power cord socket connects to) and look for any burnt out or blown components.

If you are unsure if anything is wrong post some close up images of the board back here and hopefully someone may spot the problem.

Here’s how to do this.

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Do you have a DMM (digital multimeter) and know how to use and also do you have soldering skills and tools it as they may come in handy when trying to repair the keyboard?

If not then contact a reputable, professional electronics repair service and ask for a quote to repair the keyboard.

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