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our home the flow of current ac or dc?

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  1. ganeshie8
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    ac

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    AC :)

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    do you want to know y????

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  4. sunnymony
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    no

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    in whole object such as tv, freez, fan,tube light etc

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    plz gave me ans.

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    the listed ones require ac. but ur laptop, mobile handset and other digital equipment mostly works on dc

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    i know this is work on dc but such as fan tv freez etc . how can work on dc.?

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    who said fan works on dc ?

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    AC is supplied because it's easier to distribute, but unlike others, I won't go into history - that is not your question. Most electronic devices require DC to function, and to make this conversion, a simple device called a rectifier, consisting of one or more diodes is used

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    ok

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