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    s3rialthriller Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Nov 28, 2016, 02:54 AM
    Can a power tool designed for 220V 60hz be used on a 230V 50hz power source safely?
    I would like to purchase a specific power tool (Groove cutter) not available in my country but would like to import it from a country were the power source is different (220V 60Hz) and to then change the power plug to suit my own country (230V 50Hz).

    Going by a bit of Googling I have found that it may not be a problem but seeing as the tool is quite expensive I would like to ask and be sure that it would safely be able to handle the small change in power and difference in frequency.

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    hfcarson Posts: 1,004, Reputation: 49
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    Nov 28, 2016, 05:04 AM
    Why not ask the manufacturer of the tool? You could then check on the
    warranty should damage occur...

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