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Voltage change from 120v to 230v

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I just bought a LG a/c window unit, Great! not really. I have my house wired with 120v and the a/c if for 230/208 (wherever that means). What I should do to change the voltage? is it possible in a residencial area?

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IT IS JUST A VOLTAGES SO IF YOU HAVE THIS PROBLEM UNTIL NOW AND THIS M/C OPERATE IN ONLY 1 PHASE SO IT WILL TAKE ELECTRICITY FROM PHASE TO PHASE AND IT WILL BE 208 V IT IS ENOUGH TO OPERATE >
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You bought a mashine for the Europen Market ....

Ask Mr. Obama to change the Power in you country to 230 V. The that mashine will work .......

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