32" Dynex Tv was purchased in the US (120V) but using it in Uruguay (220V). Always using a voltage converter in order to watc

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32" Dynex Tv

Tv was purchased in the US (120V) but using it in Uruguay (220V). Always using a voltage converter in order to watch something but yesterday my brother forgot to use the voltage converter and plugged the 120V Tv into a 220V plug and it burnt. Can it be repaired? If so, is it something I can do myself for the experience
 
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