Question about McCulloch 4 Ton Electric Log Splitter # FB4052
McCulloch wood Splitter (electric). was working fine. then just stopped splitting. piston still rises when theres nothing on it. can I add hydralic jack fluid? what else could the problem be?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry but I think it will be a 220V motor.
They do not advertise the voltage very well and I had to do some digging to find that the motor pulls 12.5 maps which would make it a 220 v motor. At 110v a 2 Hp motor would be pulling 20 amps or more which would still make it too much for most household circuits.
Running a new line for your splitter should not be a big project for most electrictians... Also if your husband has a gas generator most of them will run that splitter and then it would be portable...! Just load up the generator and the splitter and he can split anywhere...
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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