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I'm in the UK bought my

What do I need do to stop my Outliner II from being noisey. It was fine in the US, but unable to find a 110-120Vac 60Hz convertor which uses a 240V 50Hz mains supply in the UK.

My barber has these clippers but don't use them because they have to use a sponge between the motor and the casing or the they need some kind of large power convertor.

I think I need 240V 50Hz to 110~120Vac 60Hz power convertor

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  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2008

    I sell transformers for the Andis Outliner for them to work no. 07983019195 in the uk

  • joopmatic Mar 20, 2008

    After trying your number I've had no response.

    What I intend to do is go to the states to buy a VC100 for $14 or VC300 for $25 from DCACPOWERINVERTERS.COM

    Apparently these transfomers maintain the US mains frequency of 60hz @ Input 110/22/220/240v Output 110/220-240v



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I sell Converter to anyone that needs them in the uk if you wish to pass this on. 07983019195. Call a stepdown for any usa clipper

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

  • petone2011 Jan 25, 2012

    you send to NZ????


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This trimmer is only made to be used with 110V, we do not have this model in 240V. There is no way to stop the noise. If you would like to purchase a unit made for 240V please call 1-800-558-9441 and speak with one of the Andis customer service reps.

Thank you for purchasing Andis.

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