Quoted from JackG:
The electrician who put the outlets in my garage replaced the plug with a 220 volt plug, then plugged it into the wall. I didn’t know he did it until after I turned it on and heard a pop. So it blew something. I’m just trying to find what it blew because I haven’t had to deal with power issues before. Still rather noob and had my pins stored for the past few years and just getting back into them.
There seems to be a lot of confusion here as to exactly what the electrician did. For clarification, the outlet is on the wall and the plug is what's on the pin. You can't replace a plug with a 220 volt and be able to plug it into the outlet, unless the outlet was also changed to the same configuration.
You need to determine what voltage your outlets are that were installed by the electrican. The plug you showed earlier is nothing but a 20 amp 125 volt twist lock plug. A bit overkill for residential use, but there's nothing wrong with it. He may have changed the pin outlets to this configuration so that you couldn't plug anything else into that circuit....just the pins.
Get a meter and measure what you have at the outlets. Or, check the breaker he installed and see if it's a single pole or two pole. Pole would be 120 volts and a two pole would be 220.