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    Mar 19, 2007, 05:18 PM
    3 phase 208 volt/120 volt .load
    I am trying to hook up a commercial espresso machine which has a 220 line. My existing electrical box is a 3 phase 208 volt/120 volt. Would this be sufficient to handle this??
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    Mar 19, 2007, 06:14 PM
    Most equipment, esp a heating unit like a coffee machine can handle +/- 10% voltage variation, so your should work fine, may take a bit longer to heat, but I don't think you will notice.

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