Question about Life Fitness 95Ti Treadmill 95 Ti
These units run on a standard 125V plug and are designed for home use. I would not see any reason why your system could not handle it unless your on a special circumstance "have a very old home" or your system is "too old for todays standard", Sure I would see some concern as well as this is a huge machine but should run on a standard 125 V system.
Lets say its 220V diffrent type of plug this would not let you to even question weather you can plug it in or not because you could not you would need a 220V that is just a example. Example below of 220V
Even if it was a 220 plug you can have a 22v system put in by a eletrcian with no issues. But if it has a 120V plug you should be fine just do not plug it into a power strip but direct ino he wall outlet.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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