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What causes a diode to fail on a 240v solenoid valve?
Why would it? And is this the diode across the windings of the
coil that supplies the back EMF (inductive kick) supression? There
isn't a good reason for it to fail. A bit more information is
If you have a breaker that has a 120240v and your dryer has a 240v plug can you change the receptacle to a 240v?
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Would any harm come to your cell phone by using an AC adapter 100-240v-15 vs the one that came with the cell phone a 100-240v-02?
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Can a generator providing 240V 20A operate a 240V clothes dryer?
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What size amp circuit breaker should be used for 240V 7000KW?
Can you split a 40 amp 240v circuit into 2 20 amp 240v circuit?
How can you get 240V single-phase power from a 240V 3-phase service Can you just connect to two poles of the 240V 3-phase service?
If the 240V 3-phase service is 240V phase-to-phase, then you can get 240V single-phase by simply picking two phases (poles, as used in the question) and connecting the load across them. This is simply one third of a standard delta connection. If you need 120V/240V split phase, i.e. with a neutral, as used in residential services, you will need a transformer. If the service is actually a four wire "quadraplex" service, however, you will probably already have that 120V/240V with neutral connection phase available. In this case, you will need to pick the two phases correctly in order to get the proper 120V service half.