An appliance designed for 240V absolutely must have a 240V outlet installed for it; there is no way to properly power it with 120V. If you aren't able to install a 240V outlet yourself, you should contact an electrician.
You'll have to install a double-pole breaker in your breaker box. As for the outlet, read the instructions and determine what size outlet (how many amps) you need. For the cables, if it's an air conditioner that requires 120/240V then you'll need a 4 conductor wire. (3 wires plus ground.) If it just requires 240V you'll need a 3 conductor wire. (2 wires plus ground.)
For wire sizes, some recommendations, which exceed the National Electrical Code, are:
15 Amps or less: 12 gauge; 20 Amps or less: 10 gauge; 30 Amps or less: 8 gauge;
40 Amps or less: 6 gauge; 50 Amps or less: 4 gauge.
Again, these values are over-sized but bear in mind that the actual length of the run is very important and must be taken into account when selecting the gauge of wiring to use for a new circuit. Best practice is to check with a licensed electrician or see Table 310.16 in the National Electrical Code.
If you do this work yourself, always turn off the power
at the breaker box/fuse panel BEFORE you attempt to do any work AND
always use an electrician's test meter having metal-tipped probes
(not a simple proximity voltage indicator)
to insure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
10/3 with ground NM.
You can't buy an adapter but you can buy either the receptical or the plug and change one out to match the other.
US outlet and US air conditioner = Yes
240V appliances, such as range, dryer, air conditioner.
Mine had a small rubber plug on the outside, lower edge of the unit.
Unplug clogged evaporator drain plug.
If there's a plug then it's ok Air conditioner makes the air cooler around you
Behind left front wheel
It will very likely damage the surge protector
The word, 'air conditioner' is a noun. The definition of air conditioner is a machine that controls the humidity and temperature of the air.
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An air conditioner cools or heats the air entering your home.
features of air conditioner
If your air conditioner blows air but it's not cold air then you probably need freon in your air conditioner
There was a modern air conditioner that was invented in 1902. This air conditioner was invented by Willis Haviland Carrier.
Yes, there are people that will service an air conditioner and will fix the air conditioner if the air conditioner is broken. The local Sears store in your community has this service available.
No, a 230 volt AC requires two phases of electricity and also a different type of plug.
Because in air conditioner keeps the air at a certain condition depending on your preference. An air conditioner can both cool and heat the air.
You may have a loose wire somewhere. You need to check the amp draw of the unit.
fair chance the drain hose for the a/c has come out of where it is supposed to plug in.
A "1 Ton" air conditioner is equal to a "12,000 BTU" rated air conditioner.
A/C: An abbreviation for air conditioner or air conditioning.AC.