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The voltage in montenegro is supposed to be 220 V so you would expect it to work there. You need to get a continuity tester or multi metre and check the fuse for continuity. The fact that it ran for one or two seconds on both fuses and didn't run again would suggest that the fuses are blown. If the voltage is more variable there it's likely that even though it's lower than in the UK it spikes higher and the spikes blow the fuse. If the fuses have blown what you need is a voltage regulator to stabilise your power supply, though I'm not sure if it's worth the cost to you. Also if you're buying a voltage regulator you need to make sure that it's capable of supplying higher power, in amps or watts, than your juicer draws. That should be written on the juicer. There's a 1000 watt regulator on ebay at http://cgi.ebay.com/1000W-Voltage-Regulator-Converter-Transformer-220V-230V-/370350046379?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item563a953cab so you know what you're looking for. (Watts = Voltage multiplied by Amps if you need to convert and Amps = Watts divided by Voltage so the 1000 watt regulator provides 1000 divided by 220 which is 4.5 Amps.)
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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