Question about Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit
I am afraid you can't do that by the changing plug. However, you can do that by using a Step-down Transformer which will bring 220V to 110v that is what your machine is designed to run on. Check the wattage of your drill before getting a Xformer. Usually the stepdown x-former should have a proper socket at the output side. Good luck.
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