You can convert your 2-wire ungrounding outlets to 3-wire grounding outlets by installing a GFCI receptacle in place of the 2-wire receptacle. The GFCI will be a 3-wire receptacle. In addition, if you replace the first receptacle in a series with a GFCI, you can protect all receptacles downstream of the first one by wiring them on the LOAD side of the GFCI. Once this is done, the 2-wire receptacles downstream may legally be replaced with 3-wire receptacles. They must be marked "No equipment ground", and there may not be an actual grounding conductor installed between the GFCI and the protected devices. You can easily convert a 2 prong to a 3 prong by just replacing the outlet. This will not give you the protection of a grounded outlet as there is no ground wire to connect. I know it is expensive but if you plan on staying in this home, have it rewired, for the safety of your family. The first thing u need to know is which wire is the neutral. If u know which is the neutral u can use that one for the ground also, consequently making a 2 prong into a 3 prong. I seen an electrician do this. Get a "neon tester." This is a neon bulb with two wires coming out of it. Take the screw that holds the cover plate onto the outlet off, and set it to the side. Then plug one wire from the tester into the right-side slot on one of the outlets, and one wire into the left-side slot. The tester should light up. (We did this to make sure the tester works. Sometimes they don't.) If it does, pull the wire out of the left-side slot and stick it into the screwhole. If it didn't light up, stick the wire back in the left-side slot then pull the wire out of the right-side slot and stick it in the screwhole. If it lit up on either occasion, you have a ground going to the box, and you can legally put a three-prong outlet in without rewiring. I tell you this because at one time, they used to wire houses this way--in places like the kitchen and bathroom you needed three-prong outlets, but in bedrooms you only need two-prong, so they'd use outlets and wiring that grounded the center screw. If you really NEEDED a grounded outlet, you bought one of those little 2-prong to 3-prong adapters and ran the screw through the tab to ground it. If you don't get a light on either position, don't put a grounded outlet there.
If you have black, white and bare wires going to the box where the outlet is mounted you just need to replace the 2 prong outlet with a three prong one. Black goes to copper colored screw, white to silver colored screw and bare wire to green screw.
If you need to ask, you should have someone who knows how do it....
Not without rewiring the lighting system.
Not without a converter. The inexpensive converters used to convert digital TV to analog for older sets should work.
Without knowing your location, it is not possible to provide an answer. There will be lots of outlets near you, especially in larger shopping centres.
You need a dedicated circuit for that. You cannot power a 220V device off 110V.
Absolutely not. If you do this then there are several problems that will not trip the breaker, but will set fire to your house.
Franchising for example is like the Mc Donalds Corporation. The owner of the corporation has many outlets(Other Mc Donalds) running without him but earning for him. The owners that owns one of those many outlets is an Employee and cannot create his or her own set of outlets. Private Franchising, you can create outlets and the outlets can create outlets where no one is no body's boss, everyone work together in a partnership
Marine and aircraft outlets but sure is expensive.
If you are using Windows Xp, you can simply type in "convert d: /fs:fat32" (without qoutes) in command prompt, to convert to fat32 from ntfs,(where d: is the drive name). To convert to ntfs type "convert d: /fs:ntfs" (without qoutes).
Without data-structures you cannot even store expressions, let alone convert or evaluate them.
pertaining to what voltage. 120 volts start at 15 amps outlets.Sorry, normal domestic supply. 240 volts.AnswerThe question relates to the UK's 230-V residential circuits. The answer is that you cannot upgrade from a 5-A socket outlet (obsolete for a great many years!) to a 13-A socket without completely rewiring the residence with appropriate-sized conductors installed as a ring main.
Impossible to convert a volume unit to mass unit without knowing the density.
It is 3 cubic metres! It is not possible to convert to mass or another measure without knowing the species.It is 3 cubic metres! It is not possible to convert to mass or another measure without knowing the species.It is 3 cubic metres! It is not possible to convert to mass or another measure without knowing the species.It is 3 cubic metres! It is not possible to convert to mass or another measure without knowing the species.
You will have to purchase a voltage converter that converts 220 volts to 110 volts. They are fairly inexpensive. Do not try to run your 110 volt appliances on 220 volts without a converter because you will damage them and could cause a fire.
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The best place to research inexpensive hotels is on the internet. By checking on the internet you can find the lowest price in your area without driving around town all day.
House boats offer a relatively inexpensive placed to live without having to own
You can't convert cubic to squared without additional information
One of the largest advantages that you will find with notebook PCs is that you can use them while you are on the train. This will allow you to get a lot of work done while you travel. You need to make sure that you find power outlets before you choose your seat. On some trains, not all of the seats will have outlets nearby. Without a power source, your computer will not last long.
CONVERT X: /FS:NTFS Replace X: with the drive letter for the drive you wish to convert. This command will convert it without deleting any of the files.
There is no answer without knowing material density.
not without a transformer
The answer will depend on what units 3.8 is in. Without that information, there can be no answer.