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How do I convert a kirby ultimate G from 110V to 220V


You can't. The Kirby draws too many amps for a step down transformer.

Ask Kirby direct if they can convert your head to 220V. click Support - Contact

Kirby Ultimate Vacuum Kirby Models

Nov 10, 2016 | Kirby Vacuums

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Our rainbow e2 black type 12 vaccum was meant to be used on 110v and was plugged into a 220v, what part needs to be changed to convert the machine to work with 220v


nothing that I can guess at but changing the motor to a 220 . might be more cost effective to purchase a new vacuum cleaner .or use a 110 convertor for your outlets

May 22, 2016 | Rainbow Vacuums

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How can I tell if my Dyson DC 35 cordless uses 220 volt as power supply to change battery. The one I purchased is advertised to do so. This is because I purchased it to use in the Philippines


Your devide should have the indications on electric input on a small plaque. Actually, it it's cordless, it works with a rechargable battery so most probably you should look at the charger unit. Probably it's 110/220V and has a swith somewhere,
Don't you have a user's manual?

Read here, might give you some clue:

http://www.dyson.co.uk/medialibrary/Files/Dyson/Support/downloads/UK/floorcare/Manuals/DC35_Manual.pdf

Aug 02, 2015 | Dyson Vacuums

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Plugged into wrong voltage.


Hi there, it's Jack at Dyson.

Each Dyson machine is manufactured for use in the country it's sold in, and will be tested to meet all relevant legislation for that country. We strongly advise against importing a Dyson from abroad or attempting to convert it - the machine may not work properly, and any damage caused wouldn't be covered under warranty. Unfortunately plugging a 110v machine into a 220v current is likely to have caused significant damage to the motor and any control electronics within your machine.

Accidental damage caused by connecting your machine to an incorrect voltage isn't covered under the Dyson warranty, and if you've imported your machine from abroad we may not have the parts, facilities or training to support this model locally.

However we would be happy to discuss your options for repair. Just give the Dyson Customer Helpline a call on 0800 298 0298 (UK), 1-866-693-9766 (US), 1-877-397-6622 (CA) or 1800 239 766 (AU) so we can take some further details.

We'll look forward to speaking with you.

Jul 29, 2015 | Dyson Vacuums

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From 220V to 110V controller ASM modification, is it possible?


some models and switch behind for convert in that way the transformer had been designed for to do it.
Other models coming according to the country example USA, most of them use 110VAC, other 220VACsuch Europe
However you can ask to the factory by asking if they have a kit for converter to 220vac to 110vac
God bless you

Jul 31, 2012 | Vacuums

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I need to find a converter that coverts 220V to 110V to use a blender from south africa


Hi all you need to get is a step down transformer, you need to obtain a 220v to 110 v step down transformer have a look at the below link to get the idea. You will need one that has a wattage of approx 500 watts to be safe. Anyone is as good as another really.

http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=220+to+110+v+transformer&_sacat=See-All-Categories

Aug 09, 2011 | Vacuums

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I want to put machine in my house but need 110 motor instead of 220. nothing wrong with motor or control box


I'm assuming that you brought a vacuum cleaner from a country that uses 220V to a country that uses 110V.

You either have to change the motor to a 110V motor, or find a way of plugging the cleaner into a 220V supply.

You could contact the manufacturer and ask them if they have a 110V replacement motor for your model. (Safety warning... it will take double the electrical current, which will cause four times the heating in the cable; this could be dangerous.)

A better solution would be to have an electrician fit a 220V outlet in your house. The pin arrangement will be different to prevent 110V deviced being plugged in to it. You'll have to cut the existing plug and replace it with the correct one for that voltage for your country. (I have used a British 'Dyson' in this way, plugged in to a tumble-dryer outlet; I use a GFI for extra safety.)

Jan 19, 2011 | Vacuums

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What is the wattage onroomba 560


The power supply isn't a transformer, its a switching power supply. The power supply is different for different locations, but you should not plug a 110V only power supply into a 220v source or vice-versa. You should contact iRobot if you wish to obtain the correct power supply for another location or to determine if they have an autosensing model that can sense and adapt to either 110v or 220v. You can also use a step down transformer to convert from 220v to 110v. The charger should be using 20W or less, but it will be pulling the current in narrow surges from the peaks of the voltage wave (aka a high 3rd harmomic current) and you will need to use a 40W or larger transformer to avoid unexpectedly overheating the transformer core.

Aug 25, 2009 | iRobot Roomba 560 Robotic Vacuum

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Voltage Change


it is...but I would suggest calling your local kirby distributor to have the cord changed.

here are the numbers to call to find a distributor in your area

1-800-437-7170 United States and Canada 0 800 328-1247 United Kingdom 0 800 203-222 South Africa 00 800 547 292 72 Europe

Dec 09, 2007 | Kirby G5 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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