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Radia model heater 9 fins

Hi there,
I wanna know if I can install the heater which has just 2 pins with 220-240 volt supply in New Delhi India.Please letm eknow if I need to attch a seperate adaptor to fit this in it ll work on its own in any power socket ?



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Re: radia model heater 9 fins

If its 110V yes u need adopter...the cost of a 2KWadopeter would be equal to a new de longhi so bad luck

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