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I was looking at the Australian website for Saladmaster electric skillet, SA012OCU.
>> https://saladmaster.com/en-au/Our-Products/Order-Parts <<
KA30PC06602 Electric Skillet Cord (After1980) Cat# K7256,K7252,K7254
Look for Cat# on bottom of skillet (1980-2001) $ 20.00
The new Australian controller unit costs $20.00
Is the proper part for your pan, there would be no problems with it!!
Posted on Jan 07, 2020
Yes there are frequency converters available but most are relatively over rated (industrial) for your requirement such as MDS Power or VisiComm Industries. What you need is a Low Power Solid State Frequency Converters lower than a
Electrocon Frequency Converters. However, I expect this devices to be rather expensive.
A few other options you may want to consider:
1. Contact the store where you bought if from; swap with an International version (Model SL-1210 Mark II; same price as SL-1200 Mark II); dual voltage switchable on rear of unit: 120 volts/60 Hz (U.S.) or 220 volts/50 Hz (Europe). You hopefully just spend for the cost of shipping + a restocking fee;
2. Contact 3rd party Technics TT specialist like TopDJGear, Quality Electronics, Planet DJ or DJHardware
and inquire if they would supply you the part(s) that you need to convert the 1200 to a 1210; or
3. Offer a swap on eBay.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
The clock works off the frequency (hertz). In US the electrical wave frequency is 60HZ/sec and in India and many other countries 50HZ/sec. Hence, the clock slows down about 6 seconds or so every minute.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
You must see the data on the brick label. If it says the correct tension (tension = voltage), yes, you can. But be careful because the Xbox's have three tipes of tension. It depends on the motherboard. If the mother is a Falcon, the tension is 14.2 V, but if it is a new Jasper, the tension is 12.1 V.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: 110V 6ohz - 220V 50hz
Kitchenaid mixers are not recommended on the use of a converter as they are not tested under such conditions. Understanding this, using a convertor on your mixer may automatically void the 1 year warranty regardless of age.
There are international Kitchenaid dealers available if you are requiring 110V. You may contacted Kitchenaid Customer Service for more information.
Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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