Can anyone Recommend a good high quality transformer, voltage converter or similar for a washing machine

Can anyone Recommend a good high quality transformer, voltage converter or similar for a washing machine

So I have a good washing machine but my building is old and does not have any high power outlets. Only 110/120 no 220/240. I got 2 transformers on amazon, 3000watt one that worked for a year and then burned up and a 5000watt one that worked for a month and then just stopped. I am no electrician or engineer so I mostly asked for advice on how to get this machine to work. I don't want to get another crappy transformer that will go out. Machine only gets used maybe every other day for an hour or so. The transformer is off for the rest of the time. Washing machine is a Bosch Ascenta with following specs Nominal voltage 208-240V 60hz, Nominal current 10A, and Nominal power 2000-2300W. My fuse box Reads 50A 125-250V (6 fuses). Lastly would this be a better product to get quick220 voltage converter?

Thanks everyone

Submitted December 15, 2017 at 05:24PM by mirxa
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Can anyone Recommend a good high quality transformer, voltage converter or similar for a washing machine

Wikipedia article of the day for December 16, 2017

The Wikipedia article of the day for December 16, 2017 is Portman Road.
Portman Road is an association football stadium in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. It has been the home ground of Ipswich Town Football Club since 1884. The stadium has also hosted many England youth international matches, and one senior England international exhibition game, against Croatia in 2003. It has staged several other sporting events, including athletics meetings and international field hockey matches. In addition, musical concerts and Christian events have been held at the ground. The stadium underwent significant redevelopments in the early 2000s, which increased the capacity from 22,600 to a current figure of 30,311, making it the largest capacity football ground in East Anglia. Each of its four stands have since been converted to all-seater (eliminating standing-room only tickets), following the recommendations of the Taylor Report. Also located at the ground are conference and banqueting facilities, the Sir Bobby Robson Suite, and Legends Bar.

Wikipedia article of the day for December 16, 2017

I fell behind in math due to truancy (absences), recently taken an interest in the subject of engineering, is it too late to pursue a degree in it?

I fell behind in math due to truancy (absences), recently taken an interest in the subject of engineering, is it too late to pursue a degree in it?

I always skipped class and didn't apply myself in high school, recently i've decided to stop dicking around and have gotten serious about my education. I've taken an interest in the subject of engineering but my concern is that my level of math isn't where it should be (Highest level of math taken was Geometry/Algebra 2)

I never struggled with math on a mental level, it's just that i didn't attend class regularly to follow what i needed to know. What would be the necessary steps to pursuing a degree in engineering? (I start college this January)

Submitted December 15, 2017 at 02:51PM by ExecutorViserys
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I fell behind in math due to truancy (absences), recently taken an interest in the subject of engineering, is it too late to pursue a degree in it?

Looking to shadow an engineer in NorCal

Looking to shadow an engineer in NorCal

I was sent here to post from r/engineeringstudents.

I am currently in school for Environmental Engineering. I'm trying figure out if this is the right area of engineering for me. I also would like to start making connections in the real world to fit criteria of scholarships that I'm applying for in the future. I live in Sacramento, CA. Thanks.

Submitted December 15, 2017 at 02:18PM by Nero_the_GREAT
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Looking to shadow an engineer in NorCal