Avanti Electric Oven - But no Plug ?
OK Rich, you have a mess of problems that could have been avoided had you done some checking before buying this thing.
First off, check the specs of the oven. You need to know the wattage rating. This tells you what size circuit it needs to be on.
I am very surprised that: a) it was not stated that this is a 240v applaince, or b) you did not know that it did not just plug in to a standard receptacle, and c) that this was all found out after the auction closed.
You will obviously need to have the proper circuit run (voltage AND amperage) to safely use this appliance.
Lastly, you want to bring this thing to ASIA?!?!!! Again, it would have benefited you to check the compatibility with the Asian electrical systems.
I HIGHLY doubt this will be compatible. You can get converters, but the cost and trouble are IMO not worth it. A converter for a small electronic item is one thing, but a high wattage converter is an expensive thing.
In fact it puzzles me why so many folks try to save money by buying large appliances over here and haul them thousands of miles (shipping them -$$$), only having to go through a bunch of hassle getting them to work.
Sometimes I feel like if I answer any more questions it is like someone trying to climb over a fence to jump off a bridge and me giving them a boost.