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are all electric ovens 220volt?

or are there some that are 110volt?





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na, they are all 220v

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@#$%


time to buy more conduit for the garage.


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electric ovens suck, get urself some gas
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electric ovens suck, get urself some gas

I prefer not to blow up.





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its for powdercoating

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There is a big reason why the ovens are 220v.

The more the volts the less the amperage which in turn means less $ to you. 110v usually means a higher amperage which in turn means more $.

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well i was talking about cooking, but if it's for powdercoating i'll have to remember that...try talking to someone who is switching over their appt building to electric courtesy of com ed most likely. then try and hook up a deal to get it cheaper
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