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C-Pap help with plugs

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My husband's C-Pap machine is dual voltage and we have an adapter for UK and Europe. Since electrical plugs are sometimes not close to the beds we find we need to carry an extension cord (not a surge protector) in the U.S. when we travel. For travel oversees, does the extension cord need to be 220 - 240 voltage also, as the one we use is 110-115.

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