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Posted on 110V or 220V?

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#1 posted 10-18-2012 03:16 PM

My two cents are always use 220v if possible. I’ve heard the explanation but I’m not an electrician; however, Charles Maxwell, above, sums it up as best I can recall. This is one of the few things I always listened to my father about. Dad taught be to hot wire 220v when I was in my teens. Dad had been the mechanic on a “Flying Fortress” during WWII and kept the plane going on over 40 missions out of England—this was one area he really knew what he was talking about.

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