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Power how to convert a 110v appliance to a 220v appliiances i know some capacitors or so have to be replace but im not too sure the one. plz help me for some one brought a laserjet for me to handle the conversion n i assured him i will do it.

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The easiest and safest way would be to simply buy a step up transformer, available from any electrical store..

Posted on May 28, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson May 28, 2008

    You dont have to do anything internally, just plug the power cord into the transformer, and youre done. Simple and cheap.

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