Question about Heating & Cooling
No, not without making some major changes in the heating unit. Even then, I'd question whether it was safe or not. It would be cheaper and safer to buy a 120 volt unit if one is available. But, the heat output on a 120 volt unit will not be the same.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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