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I'm visiting China where the power is 220 volt.  I plugged my JM-4 looper in and I probably blew out my rig.  The question is did I just blow out the Line 6 PX-2G power supply or did I also blow out the pedal as well?  This is to ask, will the pedal still work if I get a new power supply.  This is what I'm hoping for.  Is there anyone out there who can fill me in?

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Is the PX-2g for the wall voltage in the area you are in?

Do you have a photo of the labeling on the PX-2g?

 

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thanks for replying.  No, the PX-2g is rated for 120v, I bought the JM-4 on Amazon in the United States a couple of years ago.  I knew i should have used a step down transformer from 220v to 120v, but jet lag got the better of me and I plugged it into the wall voltage here, which is 220 volt.  Did I fry the looper pedal or just the power supply?  Will the looper work if I get another compatible power supply?  thanks

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"Did I fry the looper pedal or just the power supply?" --- Hopefully, just the primary

winding of the supply. There should be a PX-2g for the voltage for that region. Or,

you could get a PX-2g and a 220VAC to 120VAC step-down transformer.

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ok thanks, I give it a try.  I love this pedal, I love the tones and I love practicing with the loop pedal.  

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