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Old 08.04.2013, 01:07
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Re: Connecting a German 220V kitchen appliance bought in France to a 400V outlet in C

In some (mostly older) installations, the neutral wire is simply missing. So if a new equipment part needs 230V, a rewiring may be required.

In the most cases, oven and cooking stoves are not connected by a socket - they are usually connected directly without any plugs.
(Smaller equipment like a steamer or dishwashers have plugs)

In the most cases, its not a problem to connect a equipment from germany or france. If you want to be sure, give the datasheets of the products to your electrician and let him do a quick check.

Gruss
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