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I have 230V AC units and a 110V Condensate pumps can I hook up a power feed from anything inside or around the unit? A 110V wall socket mains feed is not close by.

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Just return the condesation pump and get a 208/230 V one. Thats the only 100% correct way to do that. I know people in the field who have tapped off one leg of 230 v and run neutral to the casing and the unit will work but it isnt recommended. Your not supposed to run a current carrying conductor to the casing but its up to you. If this helps please rate me and do a testimonial.

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Hi,
If your 220 volt circuit has a netural in it, YES, you can. They do make 220volt ac condensate pumps. Hope this helps.

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    Walter Kunesky May 25, 2011

    In the recommendation that I said was because If there is a netural in your circuit then yes again you could have doed it. The reason that I didnt say, netural to ground is because this is not safe. I did not say netural to casing anywhere is my solution because this is not code and also because if you have a short in the pump and someone is tounching any metal in the system weather it be inside or outside they will feel the voltage and possibaly hurt them. I dont need a testimonal because I have 30 years in the field of doing this. Hope this helps.

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