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Thread: 120 or 220 stenner

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    120 or 220 stenner

    If I am going to run it into one of my aqua link aux ports what is the recommended voltage?
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    Mod Squad Patrick_B's Avatar
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    Re: 120 or 220 stenner

    Welcome to TFP KM!

    I'm not sure about the correct answer, but there are plenty of others here with lots of experience on these Stenner pumps. Hopefully one will be along shortly to help you out. Enjoy the forums!
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    Re: 120 or 220 stenner

    I would go with 120 volt. I don't like breaking only one hot leg of a 230 volt circuit if I don't have to, and by getting a 120 volt unit, you're breaking the only hot leg.
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