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Current version by: Jessica Parnelli Fawkes ,

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Get a step-up converter from 120v AC to at least 220V AC. If you can, try and get one with a circuit breaker or fuse, in case your machine draws too much. Also, maybe grab a US to UK adapter.
 
Try this:https://www.amazon.com/Goldsource-STU-500-Voltage-Converter-Transformer/dp/B0022QOSDK/ref=sr_1_6?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_4WS6qvD4gIVjFuGCh1eNgptEAAYAiAAEgIPSvD_BwE&hvadid=177480440285&hvdev=t&hvlocphy=9008162&hvnetw=g&hvpos=1t2&hvqmt=b&hvrand=17577253567178767297&hvtargid=kwd-9960312308&hydadcr=18919_9699009&keywords=voltage+converter+120+to+220&qid=1559222404&refinements=p_n_feature_keywords_browse-bin%3A2888021011&rnid=2887998011&s=electronics&sr=1-6
 
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Edit by: Jessica Parnelli Fawkes ,

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Get a step-up converter from 120v AC to at least 220V AC. If you can, try and get one with a circuit breaker or fuse, in case your machine draws too much. Also, maybe grab a US to UK adapter.
Get a step-up converter from 120v AC to at least 220V AC. If you can, try and get one with a circuit breaker or fuse, in case your machine draws too much. Also, maybe grab a US to UK adapter.

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Original post by: Jessica Parnelli Fawkes ,

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Get a step-up converter from 120v AC to at least 220V AC. If you can, try and get one with a circuit breaker or fuse, in case your machine draws too much.

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