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Looking up South African voltages, they vary from 220 - 250 volts at 50 cycles.
You probably also have voltage spikes from sudden load changes within the complex (air conditioners, washing machines, dryers, etc.
I suggest your complex invest in a good voltage regulator transformer. It should not need to be rated more than about 500 watts. I would guess the cost to be about $150-200 USD.
If this is more than you want to spend, try a spike suppressor, power strip first.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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