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If it's a switching power supply it may have switched to the European 230v. Switch it back if you can. Usually there is a slide switch for doing so on models designed to be sold in Europe or the US. Fortunately in most cases switching it back fixes the problem, though on this model I don't even know if it has a switching power supply or not.
Other than that my prognoses is pretty dim...pardon the pun. Circuitry designed for 130v does not live for long when 230v is applied.
The Old Rule of Thumb is 400 square feet per ton, but you really need to do a heat load calculation to be safe. A lot of windows on the west or south side of the house will really increase your load and you may need a lot larger unit. Insulation also changes your load so you may be able to cool a larger area. You may be able to get the Heat Load Calculation Form either online or from Johnstone supply. They are on the internet.
Service Bulletin Issued by Canon Europa N.V. Copier Color HARDWARE Revised: Addition of the Affected Machines Location: Hopper Assembly Subject: Measures against E025 error due to toner leak Detail: <Symptom> The toner leaking from the toner cartridge flows onto the inside toner sensor (PS3/PS4/PS5/PS6), causing erroneous detection and E025 error (Error in the toner motor). Model: iRC2380i iRC2880 iRC2880i iRC3080 iRC3080i iRC3380 iRC3380i iRC3580 iRC3580i Ref No.: iRC3380-023 Rev. 2 (F2-T01-NO1-10097-03) Date: January, 2009 cartridge, the toner in the supply route between the toner cartridge and the hopper may leak between the gap between the toner cartridge case and the holder of the machine. <Factory Measures> The gap between the toner cartridge case and the holder of the machine is covered with the plastic sheet and the shape of the front unit cable guide on the toner sensor is changed to prevent the toner from flowing onto the toner sensor. P-1 Position where the toner cartridge is installed nside and replace the front unit cable guide into its new type. Points to Note About Service Work: When the front unit cable guide is replaced, implement periodic cleaning (every year) for the area around the photo sensor (PS3/PS4/PS5/PS6). For the affected machines or later, implement periodic cleaning (every two years) for the area around the photo sensor (PS3/PS4/PS5/PS6) and the area of toner leak . Service Parts: Supply of the new part(s) will follow a normal supply pattern. P-2 GUIDE, UNIT CABLE, FRONT  Change Point Parts Number Description Q'ty Interchange ability Fig No. Old FC6-9380-000 GUIDE, UNIT CABLE, FRONT 1->0 N 620 New FC6-9380-010 GUIDE, UNIT CABLE, FRONT 0-> and later IR C3580 230V EUR : CZS00218 and later IR C3580I 230V EUR : CZT04670 and later IR C3580 230V : CZU00011 and later IR C3580I 230V : CZY00752 and later IR C3580I 230V AU : CZZ00857 and later IR C3080 UL 120V : DBE01554 and later IR C3080I UL 120V : DBF02861 and later IR C3080 230V EUR : DBM00294 and later IR C3080I 230V EUR : DBN10330 and later IR C3080 230V : DBT00011 and later IR C3080I 230V : DBU00714 and later IR C3080I 230V AU : DBV01085 and later IR C2550 UL 120V : DCA03694 and later IR C2380I 230V EUR : DCF16473 and later IR C2550I 230V : DCK00864 and later IR C2550I 230V AU : DCL01033 and later
You did not list your location so I have to ask are you in a 230V region or a 115 V region? This is a Russel Hobbs unit and the majority of them are 230V units.
Check the input power requirements on the actual toaster. It should either be imprinted on a label or somewhere on the bottom of the unit. If it is 230V and it is plugged into 115V your going to get the exact symptom you described. (i.e a nice hand warmer)
Also if the power requirements and the plug it is attached to are correct then try moving it to another power circuit in another room just to see if you get the same low heat result.
On the back should be a switch that reads 115v. There is a little notch that you can slide the switch and you can change it to 230v. Then at that point the power suppy will be setup to be ran for 230v.
Impossible to do because the compressor is wired to use 230V. The motor on the compressor won't even run. You will need to have an electrician come in and check your breaker box to see if you can add a 2 pole breaker that will be needed to run the a/c. To add 230 volt, you will need to upgrade the wiring as well as the breaker. I wouldn't recommend you doing this at all! You risk killing yourself and or burning your house down. Hire a proffesional for this job.
1.Switch on unit 2.Press- Setup on the remote 3.Select the Lock option from the on screen setup menu 4.Press Lock on the remote unit ( under slide cover) 5.Press 0 7 times on the remote keypad 6.A message appears stating the unit is now Code free on the screen 7.Press Enter on the remote. 8.Close Setup menu and switch unit off. 9.Switch on and enjoy Multi-region DVD playing
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To convert to 50Hz will be expensive as the Aircon needs alot of startup power. You could ask maker if 50Hz will be ok, usually motor will run slower so unit will be less efficient, alway check with maker. Or try supplier to see if they will exchange for what you ordered first.