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How can a tv that got plunged into a 220 europen plug instead of a 120 us plug get repaired

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It will only be a standard power supply fault to repair. Any good engineer, with a circuit, should be able to repair it.

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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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I plugged my desk top to 220 volts line instead of 110 volts


Most likely the damage is too great to be repaired and if it can be repaired the cost of repairing may not be worth it.
If it was me I would put my money towards a new computer.

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I AM GETTING ELECTRICITY TO THE 220 PLUG AND THROUGH THE 220 PLUG WIRE TO THE STOVE JUNCTION BOX. THE STOVE TOP AND OVEN HEATING ELEMENTS ARE NOT HEATING UP BUT THE INDICATOR LIGHTS FOR BOTH ELEMENTS SHOW...


The indicator lights operate on 120 volts whereas the elements operate on 220 volts.
Using an electrical test meter go between the two hot legs and see if you are getting 220 volts. If not you have an open or non completed circuit.
Do not test from one leg to ground as you will probably read 120 volts for each leg. By reading across both legs you should get 220 volts.

May 03, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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It came with a american plug and when we put a converter to australian plug on it it only shows 220w instead of 240 which is what we have in australia. Don't want to plug it in and it blow up on me.


I think you mean 220 volts, versus 220 watts. The difference between 220 & 240 volt equipment is usually just a matter of nomenclature -- no significant difference in terms of operating the equipment.

The vacuum is 110 / 120 volt since it has an "American" plug on it. If the plug is swapped for an "Australian" plug (or adapted) and plugged into the wall, the vacuum will be connected to 220 volts -- this would destroy the motor.

You would need a transformer to step down the Australian voltage to 110 / 120 volts. If you plug it in without a transformer, it will surely burn up the motor.

More info, let me know.

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Is a Hampton Bay HBD240A window A/C 120v or 240v?


I have never seen a 240-volt window A/C unit for the U.S. market. So, my guess is it's 120 volt.

The best way to verify this is to read the name-plate on the unit.

Another way is to look at the plug on the unit's cord. There are at least three types of plugs :: 120 volt, 15 amp; 120 volt 20 amp; and 220 volt. 120 volt 15-amp will fit a standard household wall outlet. The 120 volt 20 amp plug is similar to a 120 volt 15 amp, but will not plug inot a standard household outlet. The 220 volt plug is altoghether different.

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Jan 08, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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When I turn the tv on it turns on than it goes into hibranate mood. and it doesn't go on.


first try plunging the TV into another wall outlet if still nothing then the power supply board needs servicing. This repair shouldn't cost more than $220 if the power board is bad but prices differ from State to State....
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What type of outlet do I use ?


Hi,
It depends....
Some units are 120 volt and others are 220v
Units up to about 18,000 btu are usually 120 and over that they are often 220...
The pug for the 120 will look like a normal light cord plug and the 220 plug will have the two blades going sideways instead of up and down...
Also for the larger units you will need a dedicated circuit for them as they take too much power to run on a circuit with anything else...

heatman101

Apr 28, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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I plugged my air conditioner into a 220 outlet and it doesn't turn on now, what could the problem be?


is there any Power at the outlet. dose it have 120 on each side of Plug 120=120= 240 or 220. maybe a blown breaker?

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120 volt to 220 volt plug


it is sorry that the clock has been damged by high voltage so , it can not be repaired but you can replace the entire set
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Voltage


no!   It will be ruined if you try that. 

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