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How can I tell if maker is wired for 220 or 120

I want the unit wired for 120 volts. I bought this used and the decal says it was wired for 120 but it had a 220 plug on it. so I do not know if some one changed it to 220

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If its been changed to 220V plugging it into 120V won't damage anything, it just won't work. Replace the plug with a 120V plug end and plug it in. If it works its120 if it doesn't, its either a 220V setup, or you have a blown fuse in the unit/power supply or some other defect.

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