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Offline Orfeous

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Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« on: June 01, 2021, 09:50:57 pm »
Trying to find the suggested Quick 857DW+ 220volt with EU-plug.
I can find the 220Volt version but i cant find any information about the plug. If its EU, UK, US or other..
Please help me

Looked at banggood, aliexpress and on ebay.
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Re: Quick 957DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2021, 01:21:47 am »
Trying to find the suggested Quick 957DW+ 220volt with EU-plug.
I can find the 220Volt version but i cant find any information about the plug. If its EU, UK, US or other..
Please help me

Looked at banggood, aliexpress and on ebay.

as long as the voltage is correct just change the plug, it takes 2 minutes
 
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Re: Quick 957DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2021, 11:09:54 am »
This one from Banggood came with a Schuko plug when I got mine: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/G3GhLAg9Zu
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Re: Quick 957DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2021, 11:18:58 am »
This one from Banggood came with a Schuko plug when I got mine: https://www.banggood.com/custlink/G3GhLAg9Zu

It seems that some tells its EU plug and some AU plug in the Q/A section.
Ive contacted Quck-Global Europe and asked about the model numbers.

857DW+ and 957DW+ are the same units except 957DW+ are for North America only.
D stands for Digital and W+ stands for inner motor fan assembly.
Those models does not come with an CE certification that we have here in Europe.
The only models that come with CE certification that are similiar to this is 706W and 861DW

Is it a concern that 857DW+ does not come with CE certificate?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CE_marking
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Re: Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2021, 09:22:50 pm »
My Quick DW857+ arrived today. Took about a week to get here from Czeck Republic.
Did came with UK-plug though and no adapter. So i cant use it.

My questions is. Is it recommended to open the case and look and see so there is no components fallen out/unscrewed themself or any other unsafe stuff?
Do some safety checks.

Another question is. What to do about the cable/plug? Is it possible to replace the whole cable? disconnect on the inside or something for a more OEM look?
or is the only way to chop the plug off and solder in a new one and use shrink tube and stuff.. what a mess.
For me it would be nicest and best if i could just replace the whole cable since i can order them. 1-2m EU schucko.

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Re: Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2021, 09:27:59 pm »
My questions is. Is it recommended to open the case and look and see so there is no components fallen out/unscrewed themself or any other unsafe stuff?
Do some safety checks.
Do you internally check every piece of equipment you buy? This is not different than other equipment.
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Did came with UK-plug
It's a Chinese plug similar/compatible with Australian plug. UK plug is entirely different.
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Is it possible to replace the whole cable?
It is possible but is it worth?
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the only way to chop the plug off and solder in a new one and use shrink tube and stuff.. what a mess.
If you want it not messy, likely you will need to crimp new connectors, not solder.
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Re: Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2021, 09:33:34 pm »
My questions is. Is it recommended to open the case and look and see so there is no components fallen out/unscrewed themself or any other unsafe stuff?
Do some safety checks.
Do you internally check every piece of equipment you buy? This is not different that other equipment.
Quote
Did came with UK-plug
It's a Chinese plug similar/compatible with Australian plug.
Quote
Is it possible to replace the whole cable?
It is possible but is it worth?
Quote
the only way to chop the plug off and solder in a new one and use shrink tube and stuff.. what a mess.
If you want it not messy, you will need to crimp new faston connectors, not solder.

Yes, for me it is worth it to just replace the whole cable.
 

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Re: Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2021, 10:52:25 pm »
Can you not just buy plugs to install on whatever cord you have? Here in any hardware store you will find a selection of replacement plugs, I had assumed the same was true virtually anywhere.
 
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Re: Quick 857DW+, trying to find one with EU plug
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2021, 11:03:50 pm »
My Quick DW857+ arrived today. Took about a week to get here from Czeck Republic.
Did came with UK-plug though and no adapter. So i cant use it.

My questions is. Is it recommended to open the case and look and see so there is no components fallen out/unscrewed themself or any other unsafe stuff?
Do some safety checks.

Another question is. What to do about the cable/plug? Is it possible to replace the whole cable? disconnect on the inside or something for a more OEM look?
or is the only way to chop the plug off and solder in a new one and use shrink tube and stuff.. what a mess.
For me it would be nicest and best if i could just replace the whole cable since i can order them. 1-2m EU schucko.

just cut right at the plug and mount what you need, something like this I guess

https://www.biltema.se/bygg/elinstallationer/stickproppar/jordad-stickpropp-2000017387


 


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