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  • !!!SOLD!!! - 110V Mazzer Major

    Mazzer Major. This came back with us from the US with me a couple of years ago, so it is a 110-120V machine.

    I have been running this through a 100W 240-120V step down transformer and it works fine.

    Will throw a transformer in for whoever purchases.

    Large hopper. Matt black (was a custom paint job years ago, now looks like an ageing darth vader).

    Not being used so time to move it along. Make me an offer!

    Located in Melbourne.
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  • #2
    Per site posting policy you'll need to include an asking price.


    Java "♫How much is that grinder in the window...♫" phile
    Toys! I must have new toys!!!

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    • #3
      Make me an offer over $250

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      • #4
        Is this still on the market? I'm pretty interested, I'll PM you.

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        • #5
          I'm bumping this because it's still available and I want it gooooone.

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          • #6
            PM sent to you

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            • #7
              good price

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              • #8
                Just so's you know....

                A 110/120V 60Hz AC motor running via a transformer in Oz on a 50Hz supply, requires a 90-95V secondary voltage, not the original nameplate voltage of 110/120V. This is due to a line frequency affect known as inductive reactance. While a 110/120V secondary may not make a huge difference in a home setting where the grinder is only being used for short stints, if more intensive use is being contemplated, then a transformer as described above should ideally be sourced, to ensure longevity in service...

                Mal.

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                • #9
                  Thanks Mal
                  Is there another option to step down the voltage preferably something that can be fitted inside the grinder?

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                  • #10
                    It really depends on what your plans are, for its use....

                    If just for home, like I mentioned, then a properly rated 240/110V transformer would be Ok. It's more of a concern if you plan to use it for extended sessions...

                    Mal.

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                    • #11
                      I used it at home on a step-down transformer without any problems, so I can verify that it works fine in that environment. Obviously only home use, so running a handful of times a day.

                      I'll defer to Mal's expertise regarding more intensive use, that may well be correct.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by giffsa View Post
                        I used it at home on a step-down transformer without any problems, so I can verify that it works fine in that environment. Obviously only home use, so running a handful of times a day.

                        I'll defer to Mal's expertise regarding more intensive use, that may well be correct.
                        I'd like it if available. PM sent.

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                        • #13
                          Sorry, this is sold, but not sure how to move it off this forum.

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