Question about Norelco 3405 LC Electric Shaver

# I have 3405LC with 110 volt , I put it in 220 volt , R2 & R4 are dameged , I need the Value of R2 & R4

Posted by on

• Bruce Robin May 11, 2010

What are the color code stripes on the resistors in order from one end to the other?

×

• Level 1:

An expert who has achieved level 1.

• Contributor

My 3405 LC has an R3= 470 ohms and an R4= 430 ohms- both are 1/4 watt resistors.

Posted on May 25, 2012

Hi,
A 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
The service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

×

my-video-file.mp4

×

## Related Questions:

### How can I wire a 110 outlet to a 220 outlet?

If the bed is a 220 volt, you can only use a 220 volt outlet.
If the bed is 110/220 you should check the web for specs and wireing.

May 31, 2014 | Health & Beauty

### How do I test to see if this 30 amp outlet is 220 volt or 110 volt?

30 amp is a lot of current , use a multimeter on the high ac scale ( 750v) test the voltage red on one eide black on the other, or if you value your life contact an lienced electrican.

Mar 15, 2013 | iPhone Apps

### Need to how the power source will be hooked up, and how, it will wire into a 13 SEER Goodman Packaged Unit, with HKR-15 strips. wire size?= 15 Ft. run: panel to unit

Minim 20 amp circuit ... is this 110 or 220? You need to know.

20 amp circuit needs to have #12 wire. If 110 Volts, you need a black, white and green #12. If 220 Volts you need a black, a red, and a green. If you have anything IN the unit that needs 110 (probably not), you need black, Red, White and Green (bare) #12 wire. Definitely needs to be on a dedicated circuit. If your unit has a resistance heater (electric) you will need a 30 amp circuit (probably 220) which needs #10 wire minimum. 220 volt breakers are double. You will need two spaces in your panel box. Would not hurt to put in heavier wire (#8) protected by a 30 amp breaker ... \$ is the governing factor.

Having said all of that --- you should be reminded that I dont even know what country you are in nor your prevailing voltage nor what your national or local codes require. My comments based on installing several Goodman products over several years on the Eastern Seaboard.

Aug 26, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

### It came with a american plug and when we put a converter to australian plug on it it only shows 220w instead of 240 which is what we have in australia. Don't want to plug it in and it blow up on me.

I think you mean 220 volts, versus 220 watts. The difference between 220 & 240 volt equipment is usually just a matter of nomenclature -- no significant difference in terms of operating the equipment.

The vacuum is 110 / 120 volt since it has an "American" plug on it. If the plug is swapped for an "Australian" plug (or adapted) and plugged into the wall, the vacuum will be connected to 220 volts -- this would destroy the motor.

You would need a transformer to step down the Australian voltage to 110 / 120 volts. If you plug it in without a transformer, it will surely burn up the motor.

Charlie

Mar 30, 2011 | Vacuums

### What will the size wire will i need to wire up to consumer unit

It depends on if you are running a 220 or 110 volt supply. Assuming that your supply is 110 volt and your microwave draws about 2000 watts, that would mean that you need a wire with a cross section of about 2.5 sq, mm to allow a safety margin. If your mains are 220 volts you can use 2 sq mm or a little less - say 1.5 sq mm to be on the safe side. (On 220 volts a microwave draws aprox. 2 amps for every 200 wats output and 1 sq mm wire can carry 10 amps - as a rule of thumb. At 110 volts these figures are roughly double).

Feb 13, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

### I am searching for the start up current on Fridge/Freezer WR122S. As I am planing to run the Fridge on a sola system. So I need the start up current or amps and running current & amps. As I need this...

i think that your power is 50 cycle as in the us it's 60 cycle . the current is 120 in us and i belive your's will be 220 . so the amps will be 1/2 of the value on 220 than 110 volts so 15 amps at 110 would be 1/2 that at 220 . ..this is ver general but close for what your doing . . it is easy to use a clamp on amp meter and read the currant draw and amps . and this wil change with brand / and size of compressors. and in some cases heater's and fans and defros systems the units use . good luck and i hope some of this info helps .. mm

Aug 11, 2010 | Refrigerators

### HP laptops power supply

Well, as a rule for electronics:
The United States and Canada use 110-volt electricity.
Most countries outside North America use 220-volt electricity.
Unless your appliance is dual voltage, you need to use a "converter" or a "transformer" to change the 220-volt electricity into 110-volt electricity in order to use a 110-volt appliance.
If your appliance is dual voltage, you can switch it to work on 220-volts, without a transformer or converter.

HOWEVER

Desktop units have a selector switch for 110 / 220 volts., which is done away with in the case of laptop one's which sense the input voltage and regulate accordingly.

I think your main concern is just that you have an adapter for the plug to go into the wall outlet.

Hope that helps :)

TM

Apr 15, 2008 | Computers & Internet

### Change gas/110volt fridge element to gas 240volt

Hi,

You need transformer converter 110 to 240VAC.

Regards ,

Edgz

Jan 26, 2008 | Refrigerators

### Wiring a stove

If there is no 220 outlet in the location where you're planning to put the stove then you need to run wiring to the new location. There are two seperate phases of 110 volts coming to your home. The voltage between each of these phases and the neutral wire is 110 volts. When your house was wired only 1 of the 110 volt signals was run to your 110 volt outlets. In order to create a 220 volt outlet you need both of the 110 volt signals run to the outlet.

If you have a straight shot between your breaker box and the location where you need the 220 volt outlet then this is not too big a deal. If you have finished ceilings and walls inbetween then this will be much more difficult.

If you're not comfortable with electrical wiring this would be a good time to call a licensed electrician.

Nov 18, 2007 | Ovens

## Open Questions:

#### Related Topics:

237 people viewed this question

Level 3 Expert

Level 1 Expert

Level 3 Expert