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Electricity popped - mini DVI doesn't work


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It seems like i was overloading the electricity with devices and it shut down. a second after my Macbook pro mini DVI connection that connects to my TV via hdmi cable (macbook - mini DVi to Hdmi - HDMI cable - TV) wasn't working.
my guess is that it's eaither the mini DVI to HDMI connector or worse, the connection itself is fried but i'm not sure which...

am i missing something and it could be solved in settings or is it one of the 2 things that got fried?

Thanks for your help...
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