Model #PWP-230(5CCD) Smith Corona word processor

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Question and Answers

Q:

Is it possible to run a 230 volt motor in a 110 outlet?

A:

The only way to run a 230 volt motor on a 120 volt circuit is if the motor is a dual voltage motor. Some motors can be changed from 230 to 120 volts.

If the motor is dual voltage the information will be on the model plate of the motor. Under voltage it will show 120/230. Dual voltage motors have instructions inside the cover for the junction box on how to convert.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 18, 2008
Q:

How do I change my motor from 115 volts to 230 volts?

A:

Your saw does not have a dual voltage motor. The owners manual states the saw is configured for 115 volts at the factory, and this is what must be supplied to make the saw operate properly.

You can't change the saw to 230 volts.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 14, 2009
Q:

Wiring for Craftsman 230 amp weldermodel #113201371 113201371 Craftsman Craftsman 230 amp welder

A:

I assume you meant you will need a 50 ft run and not 50 inch run.  A 50 ft run will require #6 AWG with a 50 AMP breaker. The 50 ft run of #6 copper wire will be expensive. 

Here is link to the Owner's Manual that will have all the specific information on the electrical requirements.

Also, the Electrical connections between the welder and grounded 230-volt, single-phase, 60-cycle a-c power source should be made by a qualified electrician. All wiring must comply with the National Electrical Code (ANSI C1) and local codes

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
July 02, 2015