Converter from 110v to 220v?

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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satay Sue
    Probably worth just buying a new one here..,
    Yup.

    Just get one here. You can buy a new one from Fortress or Wingon or Gome or wherever, or just spend a few days trolling the classifieds on this site and find a person "leaving next week--everything goes" who will sell you yours.

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    You need to look on the label on your blender which will tell you the power. Then buy the appropriate transformer. There's no harm in buying a transformer which is for a higher rating, but if you buy one that's too low a rating then it will burn out.


  3. #13

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    I am just thinking that kitchen stuff + transformer may not be the best idea, too close to all things watery.

    Buy a new blender instead. Simple and safe.


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    I just need to use it for a few weeks, that's all.


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