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daleosinski

10:34AM | 11/03/07
Member Since: 11/02/07
2 lifetime posts
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My compressoer is set for 220 and I would like to set it for 110. What wires do I change or where can I get a diagram to do so.

TimBonham

10:54AM | 11/03/07
Member Since: 01/09/07
197 lifetime posts
Generally, the diagram is on the compressor, near the wiring box. Sometimes on the inside of the cover for the box.

Otherwise, Sears is very good about having that info available. You will need to have the exact model number, etc.

Are you sure that it is dual voltage? Not all are. And why are you switching? They usually run better at 220V.

daleosinski

11:03AM | 11/03/07
Member Since: 11/02/07
2 lifetime posts
I moved into a new house and will not use it as much as I did, plus I don't have 220 in my garage.
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