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Have to change power input from 120V/60Hz to 230V/50Hz

Hi,
I am using the CVA-2660 in the US with 120V/60Hz power supply. Now I am preparing for the move to Singapore where they have 230V/50Hz power supply. What should I do? Get a transformer 230V>>120V would be one option I guess. But is there a better solution like getting the suitable 230V/50Hz power supply and install it inside the machine? Or are there motors inside the machine that are running on 120V?? In this case I assume it would be too expensive and troublesome to replace those with the 230V version I need in Singapore. 
Greetings,
Norbert Hentschel

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Ok " check the net for plug and power converters that plug in to
Singapore receptacle

Had a set for Europe worked great

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