Face high voltage issue

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yieldeal
I use inverter and also stabilizer for TV ac etc.. But during night get high voltage and stabilizer don't give output can't turn on any.. Also ac don't turn on..

Any solution?

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stab. lena pdega 170-440 wala, thoda mehnga ata hai

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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Where to connect? How it will control? Any link or suggestions

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Commentator Commentator
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Voltage stabiliser usual range is 140Volts-290 Volts.What is the voltage you are getting?

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Sometimes it can happen due to earthing problem also.Kindly ask the electrician to check for earthing once and complain to Electricity department for immediate resolution.

Deal Captain Deal Captain
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Good point. Without proper earthing, your appliances may get fried.

Pls first contact local electrician & tell him check every board & MCB board for proper earthing. @yieldeal

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Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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Use AC surge protection breaker on your main line. Trips your line in few nanoseconds and saves appliances from frying up. Not expensive but you need to reset it every time it trips. 

Else use a high amp stabilizer on mainline. 

Generous Generous
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The mainline stabilizer is the most optimal solution. Go to your nearby shop, they will calculate the load and suggest the stabilizer accordingly.

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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So first entry line itself is routed thru this? Cost? Any brand suggestions?

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Comrade Comrade
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How much voltage you are getting in line

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