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    Someone had a jumper link question but I lost it. was regarding the purpose of 200/230/460 and the importance.
    Hopefully this should answer the question

    You should know your primary supply voltage. The jumper is to link the transformer to the respective input voltage tap. If you have the machine linked for 200 and you apply 230, you could possibly damage the unit. If you do not know your input voltage, have it measured. The jumper setting can be +/- 10%. So if you have 220v, use the 230 jumper setting.

    Hope this helps. Let me know if you still have questions

    Enjoy your new machine!

  • #2
    and for what it is worth .. the information is amply illustrated and explained in the manual for your machine....
    Thanks Andy!!!!!

    take care

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    • #3
      yea...10-4 on the manual


      • #4
        It was me, I was the one who posted the question. I found what I was looking for, from one of the message threads posted last month. So I went back and deleted this question. No sense in people repeating themselves.

        I had the line hooked up this morning by an electrician and it measured at 240v so I will use the 230 jumper (default) setting. Which from what it sounds will be with in the +/- 10% 230v jumper setting. Thanks for the reply though.. I think I was overthinking the issue too much.


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