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Hi. I'm Smitty. I am a professional appliance repair consultant here to help you diagnose, and repair, your appliance.This depends on the wattage required by the unit. There should be a voltage rating on the manufacturers label. It will have the units model number, serial number, voltage, cycles per second (Hz), and the wattage, or amperage listed on it. You can then determine if the unit will handle it.
That's just it, it don't specify the Watt amount. It DOES say
100-115V 1.27A (1.43A Max) 50-60/400 Hz
220-240V 1.07A (1.21A Max) 50-60Hz
164.45 watts is what you need to operate the unit with the converter.
You can use this conversion calculator to get the watts from the information you have on the label.
Let me know if you have additional concerns. I will be happy to address them for you.
If not please select a positive rating at this time.