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Topic: Re : Espresso machine (30 lines)
1) From: raymanowen
Mike, The tag on the machine clearly specifies "220V."
The yellow three prong grounded plug pictured is, according to the National
Electrical Code, a 15 ampere, grounded, 110 - 125volt connector.
While you obviously can wire the wall connector for 208v or 240v - whatever
you have, the first time you or anybody else plugs in a 115v appliance,
there will be a problem. Your fire insurance is no longer in force, whether
you paid the premium or not. No permit, no inspection, not covered by
insurance.Not just the one circuit, but the whole building.
It also appears to have a gas BTU/hr rating.
One other interesting thing you'll find- the winning bid for this auction
will be submitted six seconds before the end of the "auction," and generally
absent from the actual bidding process.
If it's so rare, parts will be impossible to procure. Bid accordingly
[Don't!] A ten foot pole is too short.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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