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Re: [jomox] Re: Plugged in Mbase 11 120 V adaptor into a 240V outlet

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  • Florian.Anwander@consol.de
    Seems noone answered until now. I am quite sure that only the original wallwart is broken. The Mbase should be fine. I don t own an amabase, but according the
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 26, 2011
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      Seems noone answered until now.

      I am quite sure that only the original wallwart is broken. The Mbase
      should be fine. I don't own an amabase, but according the pictures on
      the jomox website it should be a standard wallwart 9V DC with + at
      center pin and -. at the outer contact.

      A 300mA DC wallwart should be fine.

      Florian



      Am 19.09.2011 19:30, schrieb analogvirtual:
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      > --- In jomox@yahoogroups.com, "analogvirtual"<soniktec@...> wrote:
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      >> I forgot to plug it in through the step down transformer.
      >> I did not turn on the unit, but I got a burning plastic smell for a few seconds.
      >> It was coming from the adaptor and not the mbase unit.
      >> Then I quickly took it out and tried again through the step down...
      >> The unit LCD display came on for a fraction of a second and went off..
      >> Now the unit is not turning on at all.
      >> There is NO burning smell from the unit itself .Only from the adaptor.
      >> Usually, in such cases, is the unit damaged or only the adaptor ?
      >> I am going to try to get a new adaptor with the same specs here, soon.
      >> I hope the main unit is still working properly.
      >>
      >> If the unit is damaged, do I send it back to Jomox for repairs ?
      >>
      >> Thanks Guys
      >>
      > I forgot to mention..THe Pins on the adaptor were hot.
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