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please be aware if timing is required or electrical motors this could be a problem as usa is 60Hz and your appliciance may be designed to run at 50 Hz frequency
there are devices that can convert freq from 60hz to 50 hz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV3hEKLNm74
does it allow you to switch from 110v to 220v ? if it does then you got to switch it according to the power supply from the plug point that you are going to plug it into. Do NOT switch it to 110v and plug it into a 220v plug point .
if it is only 110v and not switchable then you got to use the only 110v
More than likely you fried the boards and even if to change them out ,you still run the risk of electrical shock. My advice is to send it back to the company for repair or get a new one. Plugging a 110 unit into a 220 line has happened to me too! I still feel pretty stupid I did it, but stuff like this happens and it is good that you were not injured.
Hello, if in canada you have 110V in europe you will have 220V so, you need to find out if next the plug of your devices you have a switch that you can change between 110V to 220V. That will help otherwise you can burn the device.
check the changeover switch and wiring if that's ok then you will need to check the coils on the alternator when using 110 it runs both coils in parallel but when using 220v it runs both in series if one coil is out you will get nothing
Check to make sure that the pot lid o-ring is in place.
Verify that your plumbing is sound and has no suction leak.
Check water level in pool.
Make sure the voltage is correct. Many pumps come pre-wired for 220v. If you have 110v supplying the motor it will run at half speed. There is a diagram on the side of the motor showing how to convert to 110V. Make sure that your supply is 110v before converting the motor. If you switch the motor to run on 110v and hook it up to 220v it will ruin the motor instantly.
hi...if you have plug the TV in 22oV instead of 11V..it automatically blown the fuse..the power supply has this Varistor it will shorted and blown the fuse if detected high voltage....I suggest you replace the fuse and check for any other defective parts in the power supply section....check for bloated capacitors.. shorted power switching transistor... if none TEST RUN..let see if your TV will switch ON...please rate and vote...