Yes you can, but you need knowledge of electronics (personally i do not wish to go into detail because i do not know what you have/ know) its actually fairly simple, take the cord out of the monitor, then hook it up to a jack of any size. for example, a 1/4 inch for guitar amps. this will probably give a monotone, and may not be in the human hearing range. Most heart monitors are both visual and audio. In many cases, you just need a dongle to split the line coming from the heart monitor. It's small and kind of flat, like a slim SD media card reader and will have two plugs on it. Not sure on the brain montor, but most heart monitors after '88 do audio.
Just use 2 of the wires instead of 3.
I am sure you could, but if you are attempting to fix the problem it is simplest to just buy a new one for $5 on Ebay or Amazon. .j.
Rewiring is easy
using 18 AWG speaker wire to rewire a lamp
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Yes, if you rewire the bed and rewire the plug on the wall to 220 volts.
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The end sockets have to be rewired. The schematic for the rewire is on the ballast label.
Go to Road Race Enginiering they have a page on how to rewire the CAS
As far as I know you cannot . You can however get a phase converter which takes 220 volt single phase input and converts it to 3 phase output.
Unless the ballast is a multi tap primary you can not rewire it for 220 volts.
Why are you trying to rewire it? What's wrong that you're trying to repair? If the wiring is damaged, you'd do more than if it's just a worn out plug outlet.
If Available you buy the correct Wiring Harness.
Its possible if you rewire it correctly
He do you splice and rewire an iphone4 cord
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If this 'radio' is actually an audio receiver, with RCA inputs, no rewiring needed. simply purchase a 'Y' connector with a headphone jack on one end and RCA left/right on the other. This will allow you to output your iMac's sound into the receiver. If you're talking about an actual radio, i.e. something that does not accept RCA inputs, you could rewire it, but it wouldn't be easy. It would be easier to buy a set of amplified speakers.
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I would suggest get it rewired ar your local dealer
Yes but you have to rewire the speakers.