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UV E34209m 73 watts 120 volts 60HZ Listed massager 505J
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It came off of the Clyde, OH production line the 26'th week of 2001.
Amazing, ain't it? Seriously... the info is embedded in the serial number. Here's the link to the code sheet.
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Posted on May 02, 2009
Hi, yes that is the correct cord all right. If you'll notice the new cord has 2 hot (red & black) a neutral (white) and ground/earth (green) wires. In case you are not sure how to connect I've attached a photo which shows the correct way. If my attachment didn't work, check out you-tube and type in "4 wire dryer hook up". Thanks for visiting "fixya" and good luck macmarkus :) IMG_3336.JPG
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
SOURCE: A Yamaha EF2000iS 2000 Watt
You can safely use any ul approved device using 120v 50 ~ 60 hz if you stay within the limits of it's potential (in your case 2000 watt). You will probably have a loss of efficiency using a step up transformer and will be very limited on the wattage available at the 220v. Most converters are not designed for continuous use and recommend that you buy a converter with at least 25 % more capacity than you will use. Also to get longer life out of your generator, you should use only 75 percent of its capacity for continuous use. A 2000 watt converter will work fine for loads of about 1500 watts or less.
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
SOURCE: the generator produce onely 73
Check all wiring and fuses associated with you voltage regulator if they check ok, find a way to adjust your voltage regulator replace it. Make sure the unit is running at 3600 rpm as well and making 60 hz.
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
Singer has the manual for the 6215 sewing machines on their site for sale or download. The direct link for the downloadable version is http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/1316_6215.pdf . (Note: Singer does not use the letter suffix in their manuals; one manual will apply to the entire set of machines.)
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Posted on Nov 05, 2011
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