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Help with ultrasonic cleaner

Discussion in '++ ELECTRICAL POWER KNOWLEDGE BASE ++' started by Rootpass, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. Rootpass

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    I was given this ultrasonic cleaner. I don't know if it even works. I don't recognize the type of electric plug. If anyone is familiar with any of this please get me started hooking it up!
    Thank you
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    Can't see pictures of the plug.
     
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    markba633csi United States Active Member Active Member

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    Hi, it's a European plug, 220-240 volts, and it looks like the ground pin is missing. Does the machine have a label showing the voltage and current?
    Mark S.
     
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    Thanks Randy!
     
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    Wow. Instructions work!


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    Yes it runs on 220/240 so you'll need to change the plug. When you remove the old plug you may see the following wire colors:
    Brown= Line or Hot
    Blue= Neutral
    Green or Green with yellow stripe= ground
    Don't run it without the ground connection.
    Hope it works for you, looks like a nice unit.
    Mark S.
    ps you could also use a step-up transformer rated about 350 watts to run it off of 115 volts.
     

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