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Offline MadeinHolland

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DC18 slim on 120V
« on: February 08, 2024, 04:21:05 pm »
I am close to buying a USA import DC18.
It needs a converter to get used and will be hopeless if anything 120v breaks down?
Anyone any experience in using 120V at all here?
Cannot find any related topic so far.
It all started with a new DC08 in 2003.
Since 2 years I added DC01's DC02's DC04?s DC05?s  DC07 DC08's DC14 DC15 DC18, DC22, DC 23, DC26 and a DC33.

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Re: DC18 slim on 120V
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2024, 07:33:42 pm »
I am close to buying a USA import DC18.
It needs a converter to get used and will be hopeless if anything 120v breaks down?
Anyone any experience in using 120V at all here?
Cannot find any related topic so far.
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It all started with a new DC08 in 2003.
Since 2 years I added DC01's DC02's DC04?s DC05?s  DC07 DC08's DC14 DC15 DC18, DC22, DC 23, DC26 and a DC33.

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Re: DC18 slim on 120V
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2024, 02:40:33 pm »
We tend to use a standard 120v box as you might use for power tools.



 

 

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