Question about Brother Sewing Machines
I bought a swing machine Brother with 120V tension and I want to send it to my mother to Algeria wich has 220V tension .I am wondering if I dave to buy a transformater to swich from 120V to 220V is that enough.
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Thank you for your help,
If you are sending a sewing machine which runs on 120volts to a region that has a 240volt power supply you will need to get a
power step down converter that will fit into the socket of the 220volt supply ,and will have a socket that will hold the plug of the 120volt supply going to your machine.
the converter must reduce the 240v down to 110v .
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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