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To tell you what you must do we need to know exactly what is the type of your machine .Also we must know except volt machines watt and hertz.We also need to know the hertz of the country.

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    Mark Ennes Sep 20, 2014

    When I lived in Germany, we used a device called a transformer that converted the 220 to 110. You then plug the unit into the transformer.

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