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Power cord exchangable

Hello. A friend of mine offered to buy me a Nespresso C190 in the US, but I guess the power cord won't fit in European sockets. Could anyone tell me if it's just to buy a new power cord and unplug the US-version from the machine and exchange it with a european cord? Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    hi

    dont get current to the machine

    how can i open the machine to check the power

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    You would need a step down power converter, one of those meant for continous use. They typically weigh from 8kg and even if you find one at ebay for $40, it will probably cost you more than $100 just getting it shipped to norway.


    I have the same problem, only I have already bought the Nespresso machine... I hope to find out if they have a universal power supply that will take both 110V and 220V, like laptops for instance. Nespresso customer services gives the usual "thank you for calling, you will need to use an adapter", but I will try probing further. I could just try to connect it, but I'm not going to be happy if it breaks...

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Every electrical machine should have the required voltage printed somewhere on it. You never need to open it up to find out.

Look for something like 110/120 v or 220/240v

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