How to Rewire 110 to 220 Volt?

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Rewiring the 110 to 220 volt may be a dangerous task. If ever you are not too sure about what you are going to do, it is recommended that you hire a professional to do the task for you. If you plan on doing it on your own, make sure that the electric power is off. This is a precaution to make sure that you will not get electrocuted. You would also need a transformer so that you can adjust the volt power of the item.
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