Question about Canon NP 6085 Copier
This copier requires (normally) a dedicated 110Volt 20 amp circuit to run. It should have a plug on it with one of the spades turned 90 degrees from the other. You can make an adapter to convert the 20 amp plug on the copier to work on a normal 15 amp outlet. However, you may blow your 15 amp breaker as a result. I doubt you will find anyone to do this for you either, due to liability issues. Your best bet, although more expensive, is to hire an electrician to install a 20 amp outlet at the location where you want to use the copier.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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