Re: Welding steel to cast. in reply to Stephen Newell, 03-26-2013 14:23:09
You need the name plate to tell you how to make it 220. There is a way to ring it out with a tester if the leads lose the markings but I am not capable of describing it as the leads are T1 T2 and such not letters. If you are in doubt you might want to leave it as you don't save any electricity at 220 vs 110.Things like this are in the Uglys book.If you experiment be ready to unplug it quickly.The repair looks like it came out nice.
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