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 What is the electrical voltage from a house outlet?

Answer Answer 120 Volts (roughly) in the US.
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How many volts of electricity are in a house electrical outlet?

In the Unites States, standard household outlets produce 120 volts of electricity. For larger appliances that use the most power, such as electric ranges, air conditioners and clothes dryers, the v... Read More »
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Can I plug a multiple outlet on a voltage convertor?

You could only run them both IF YOU USE A STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER to convert 220V to 110V and the transformer MUST be capable of handling the load current, in theory, you could connect both devices i... Read More »
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If you bought a house and it didn't have a stove and you have an electric stove and there is an outlet for gas and what appears to be a regular plug how would you know if this is a 240V outlet?

Answers for USA, Canada and countries using similar 60Hz mains suppliesEasy answer: can you plug a toaster into this outlet? If you CAN, it is only for a 120 volts and not suitable to supply power ... Read More »
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What way does the electrical outlet go in?

In the United States, standard practice for installing electrical outlets dictates that the single ground hole points down, while the positive and negative slits are toward the top of the outlet. E... Read More »
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