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The power was 120v rating and it is blown. what is the best thing to do? 1.to change the power source too 220v or 2.to repair the 120v and use with a step down facility.

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Change the high voltage power supply board, or use a power convertor

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How to change power supply from 120v to 220v


Need more clarification, please.
Is your Printer using 120v and your Source is 220v ?
If So, Simply buy a converter / Step Up Transformer to do that job for you.

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How can I tell if maker is wired for 220 or 120


If its been changed to 220V plugging it into 120V won't damage anything, it just won't work. Replace the plug with a 120V plug end and plug it in. If it works its120 if it doesn't, its either a 220V setup, or you have a blown fuse in the unit/power supply or some other defect.

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Need a power transformer from 220v input to 120v output


Yes, you need a step down transformer. These are often rated in watts (the power rating is the same on both sides of a transformer) so it is easy enough to match this with the power consumption of the stereo. Apparently you will need about a 4kW transformer eg

http://www.220converters.com/store/p/45-Simran-THG4000-4000-W-Watts-Step-Down-Voltage-Converter-220v-to-110v-Transformer.html

Ugly things.

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Need a power transformer from 220input to 120output


What you need is simply a power converter device that knocks the power down for your device. Look for a UK (European) to USA power convertor on somewhere like Amazon.

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I am trying wire a motion Senior its has 3 wires coming out the back red white black


To connect a separate motion detector to a light fixture (and assuming the fixture uses incandescent or the newer twisted florescent light bulbs), the RED wire from the detector is attached to the black ("hot") wire from the fixture; the WHITE wire from the detector is attached to the white wire from the power source; the BLACK wire from the detector is attached to the black ("hot") wire from the power source. Sometimes the white and black wires from the power source are mixed up, reversed. So it is best to check to determine which wire is actually "hot" (shows voltage in a meter between the wire and the ground wire or the metal box the power wires come from). In general, a colored wire (often black) in the power source, if wired properly according to accepted custom, will be "hot" and 120v in US. The white wire in the power source is called the "neutral" and should be neutral with the ground wire and/or the metal box. If there is another colored wire in the power source (often red) and if it is not taped with some black tape (to indicate it is really a black wire), then it too may be a 120v. hot wire, but it may also be an 120v. hot wire that is 120v opposite the other 120v wire. That is, one 120v wire is 120v+ and the other is 120v- The difference in voltage between these 120v wires + and - is, hence, 220v. If you see multiple colored wires, it is also a good idea to check the voltage between them to know if you are dealing with a power source that entails 220v. In short, you want to know what you are doing, obviously for personal safety, but also to accomplish what you want... to properly connect the motion detector.

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Dear sir I am trying to connect Model Et104, my questions are as follows: I am having a problem connectiing your system. Both power source 110v and 220 volts have to connect to your system???? If my...


Fixya answers questions about other people's products.

I specialize in timers.
Intermatic is changing their product line
I suggest you download the manual:
http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/et104c%20-%20english.ashx

The manual is generic across all the ET100 series products.
The manual does not describe individual models.
The instructions are on the timer door.
Look for the clock voltage.
The clock voltage tells the story of your timer model.

NOW lets say your clock voltage is 120V.
I believe you suspect the clock voltage is 120V.

To make this timer work with your 240V cable, there are 2 methods

Method 1) To meet code, run a white wire from nearby 120V receptacle.
This is a Neutral wire.
Connect the Neutral to terminal 1
Connect one leg from the 240V cable (1 of the 240V wires) to terminal 2 and that will complete the 120V circuit and the clock will run.
This is true because each leg of a 240V circuit is actually 120V, and only when the two legs are combined do they produce the 240V circuit

Method 2) Connect bare ground wire to terminal 1 and to grounding screw
The bare wire connects to the Neutral busbar in the main breaker box, so it will complete the 120V circuit just as described above.
This is not code, but your clock will operate.
Then connect one leg from the 240V cable to the terminal 2

IF your clock is 240 V, then connect both legs of the 240V cable to terminals 1 and 2

7:59 CST Add a comment if you need more assistance, I will be here later this evening

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My 2270 jambs paper from tray one every time. I changed the pickup rollers still no help. All my other trays feed properly even the stack bypass


Hi mate,
Prior to your issue i may enlighten you with this source.
Technical Infomation 0105/0101/0102/0103/0201/0202/0203/0204 Jam Code: Paper lint adheres to surface of vertical path roller



Description
Since a type of paper that can easily generate lint was used, the paper lint adhered to the surface of the vertical path roller and decreased the paper feed performance of the roller, causing the jam code "0105."
Depending on paper sources, the following jams occur.
- Cassette 1: 0105 (registration sensor PS9 delay)/0201(cassette1 retry sensor PS10 stationary)
- Cassette 2: 0101 (cassette 1 retry sensor PS10 delay)/0202(cassette 2 retry sensor PS11 (cassette pedestal) delay)
- Cassette 3: 0102 (cassette 2 retry sensor PS11 delay)/0203 (cassette 3 retry sensor PS1 (cassette pedestal) delay)
- Cassette 4: 0103 (cassette 3 retry sensor PS1 (cassette pedestal) delay)/0204 (cassette 4 retry sensor PS2 (cassette pedestal) delay jam)
To prevent this, a vertical path roller to which paper is hart do adhere was used for the following machines (the color of the roller was changed from black to gray).
- iR2230 120V THF03592 and later/120V TW SHD00033 and later /220V CN SHC01553 and later/230V EUR THG02606 and later /230V THH00339 and later
- iR2270 120V SLH28893 and later/120V TW KJN00097 and later/ 220V CN KJL00763 and later/230V EUR KGL54733 and later/230V KGM03613 and later/230V CA SLF02281 and later
- iR2830 120V THK01045 and later/220V CN SHE01035 and later
- iR2870 120V SLG13303 and later/120V TW KJR00054 and later/220V CN KJP00589 and later/230V EUR KGD13135 and later/230V KGE00333 and late/230V CA SLD00411 and later
- iR3530 120V THL01319 and later/120V TW SHK00085 and later/220V CN SHH00829 and later/230V EUR THM01596 and later/230V THN00209 and later
- iR3570 120V SKV61037 and later/120V TW KJU00760 and later/220V CN KJS00928 and later/230V EUR KFW21901 and later/230V KFX02555 and later/230V CA SKT01761 and later
- iR4570 120V SKU23728 and later/120V TW KJX00122 and later/220V CN KJV00690 and later/230V EUR KFQ15439 and later/230V KFR02186 and later/230V CA SKQ01030 and later Field Remedy
When the symptom occurs with the machine without the foregoing serial numbers, replace the vertical path roller.

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Wii power source probably broken


Plug something else into the adapter to make sure it works, if it works you may have blown the Wii's fuse which will need repair.

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Changed power supply from 110v to 220v, now get 50.2 fuser error


The printer will have a 120v fuser, unkess that has been changed for a 220v fuser, it won't get up to temprature on 220v, hence the error message.

It needs a 220v fuser.

May 05, 2009 | HP Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2605dn Printer

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