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Taylor 8756. Electrical service too high???

I have a Taylor 8756. The electrical service is recommended at 208/230V. My service is 241V. Is this a problem? I have lost several components over the last couple of years and have been told that this is probably the issue. What can I do?

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This is your problem! There are solutions available for this problem. I recomend a Buck and Boost Transformer. You will have to purchase one sized correctly for your machine. Be prepared to spend a little money as they are not exactly cheap. Get the transformer from a local electrical supply company. Take them all the information on the data plate and your existing voltage readings. They should be able to determine what you need. The buck and boost can be wired to "buck" down the voltage to a more suitable voltage for your machine. You need to be within the electrical range stated on the machine or you will continue losing controls etc. This can be very expensive as well. Please note: you will need a skilled technician to wire and install the buck and boost transformer. They can be complicated.

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    Allen Mar 01, 2014

    FYI - I experienced this problem as well. I started a business in an older building which had older / higher voltage. The voltage to my Taylor 8756-27 (air cooled / single phase) was about 248. After a couple months of unknowingly operating at this high voltage it blew both logic boards, fuses, etc. It cost $968 in parts and labor to repair all of this. For $800 I had an electrician install 3 buck boost transformers which knocked down the voltage to an acceptable range. High voltage runs your machine hard and will cause problems. Also, try checking with your electric provider. If the voltage is within their range considered high, they may help you fix the problem. I checked with my provider (Duke Energy) and although my voltage was high and causing me problems, it was not high enough for them to assist me.

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