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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@mrmel++''' rewiring the motor is really not the way to go about this. You would actually have to tap into the wiring of the motor and not the wiring that c omescomes out of the motor now. You would need an up transformer to get the voltage required for the motor. Or you can get an electrician to install a 220V outlet for your mixer. Anything like this is more expensive than getting a Nutribullet that is built for teh north american market. OIr find a broken one an scavenge the parts from it to convert yours.
'''++@mrmel++''' rewiring the motor is really not the way to go about this. You would actually have to tap into the wiring of the motor and not the wiring that c omescomes out of the motor now. You would need an up transformer to get the voltage required for the motor. Or you can get an electrician to install a 220V outlet for your mixer. Anything like this is more expensive than getting a Nutribullet that is built for teh north american market. OIr find a broken one an scavenge the parts from it to convert yours.

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Aporte original por: oldturkey03 ,

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'''++@mrmel++''' rewiring the motor is really not the way to go about this. You would actually have to tap into the wiring of the motor and not the wiring that c omes out of the motor now. You would need an up transformer to get the voltage required for the motor. Or you can get an electrician to install a 220V outlet for your mixer. Anything like this is more expensive than getting a Nutribullet that is built for teh north american market. OIr find a broken one an scavenge the parts from it to convert yours.

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