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Will 122V harm electric appliances like HD TV?


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2007-05-21 01:05:59
2007-05-21 01:05:59

Most electrial equipment can work without problems on a + or - five percent rule. Thats just a rule of thumb for most devices as electricity is seldom constant and many factors can cause a rise or loss in voltage.

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