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Hi The Home Smithy, In a question submitted on 5/23/13 I

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Hi The Home Smithy,

In a question submitted on 5/23/13 'I purchased the Phillips Juicer from the Amazon UK website', she listed the juicer as being 700W. You mentioned that a 100W power converter would be sufficient.

I also purchased the same juicer and am having the same dilemma. However, before I purchase a 100W power converter, I wanted to verify that the 100W power converter is the correct device for the listed 700W Juicer.

Can you please clarify?

Thank you,
Martin

Hi, Martin.

That must have been a typo. You will need a 1000 watt converter to be sure that the juicer operates properly.

Sorry for the confusion.

Best, Smitty

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