Question about Kenmore 98702 Stacked Washer/Dryer
IF you have only a 230 volt supply in your home then I assume that you are living outside of the USA, yes?
If so then you need a transformer of 120 volts to feed the motor and control systems AS WELL AS the 230 volt supply.
If your machine is a digitally controlled appliance then it is very possible that this will not work for you because the control system is cycle dependent and can only use a 60 cycle supply anyway.
Posted on Oct 20, 2016
Question is a bit vague, does this apply to your washer dryer? This seems to imply that the appliance will need to have the 240v option selected on the appliance before it's connected to 230v. It's NOT the same as a device which can accept between 110- 250 volts, it's 120 OR 240 ( 240 is to all intents the same as 230). My answer is NO
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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