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#1 posted 11-19-2009 07:59 PM

mics-54 that you are right re: 220 volt all depends on your tools and other appliances heaters, airconditioners etc.
Like I said I run on 60 amps 220 volt it is just like having 120 amps 110 volts.

pete79 you must change a lot of fuses and they are not cheap.


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