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Old 03-08-2016, 09:04   #61
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Re: Electrical - 110 and 220 Volt Systems

Thank you both.
If everything works as I believe it does and all the 230vac bits work with the 110, I believe I have done it. Awoke in middle of night and grabbed pencil and paper and drew the wiring diagram using all the existing bits.
Cheers, martyn

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