Model #HQ-220 BROTHER typewriter

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Question and Answers

Q:

j4fk2e11c3 its on 110 do we set it on 220 --or when should i put it on 220

A:

Thank you for your question.

I do not recognize the number you have given me and so I do not know what this product is.

If you have it is plugged into the 110 volt outlet it will need to be set at 110 volts setting.

If this has an option for 220 volts like a Radial saw my have, then you will be able to reduce the amp draw it will use.

It will require a different power cord to set it to 220 volts.

Please let me know what this product is and what the model number is. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
April 16, 2012
Q:

220 to 120 volt conversion

A:

Thank you for your question.

I will be happy to assist you with your question. I have looked up the model number you have submitted. This model laundry center is a 220-volt unit and cannot be converted to operate on 110 volts. If you have moved to a new location you could have an electrician wire a in a new outlet. This would be cheaper the buying a new unit.

If the unit could be converted to 110 volts the dryer would not heat very well and would take forever to dry the clothes.

Please feel free to reply below if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2011
Q:

Why won't my dryer start, it has 220 volts at the outlet?

A:

Without knowing the model number I will only be able to provide general information. The component located at the upper part of the heating element housing is a Thermal cut-off which will not prevent the dryer from starting; it would only prevent the dryer from heating. You need to check the Thermal fuse (key#59) located on the blower housing. The thermal fuse will prevent the dryer from starting. There will be two components mounted on the blower housing, an operating thermostat and the thermal fuse. You will need to disconnect the power cord from the dryer and remove the rear panel. Disconnect at least one wire from the thermal fuse before you check the continuity of the thermal fuse. If the thermal fuse shows no continuity, replace the thermal fuse.

I added a link to Sears Parts Direct with the thermal fuse looked up for you. Click on "thermal fuse" to open link. The thermal fuse is part #3392519.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 29, 2009